During the year-end and New Year holidays, I visited Japan, and came back to the Netherlands a few days ago.
I usually don't have much time, so I concentrated on making works while I was in quarantine at the hotel, (The work in the photo was made in the meantime.)
Then while I was quarantining at my father’s house, I was cleaning the house, sending New Year's message to my friends ...etc. and I was busy So time flew quickly.
It was good I was able to help to clean my fathers house and spend time with my father In this temporary return to Japan,
This year, in addition to miniature clay, I am planning to hold a workshop to make accessories etc. with Japanese pattern cloth as shown in the photo. (For the time being, it is difficult to hold workshops due to the spread of corona infection and Government regulations, so I’m watching for the timing to hold workshops .)
I want to sell my handmade goods at a local market and also sell them online this year.
Well, I'll do my best this year!
I hope that this year the Corona will be settled and our life will move in a better direction.
Miniature clay instructor certification course has started in Amsterdam!
(As of now, this course will be offered only in Japanese.)
The first lesson started with an explanation of clay and tools.
Then they learned how to make the color and made some fruits and vegetables.., apples, bananas, lemons and pumpkins.
What a cute fruits and vegetables！
After it will be colored, it will look more like bananas or a pumpkins.
This is the first work, but everyone made them very well. I'm looking forward to seeing various works will be completed soon.
It's a pity that all five of them can't take lessons together for a while because of Corona restrictions , but I'm glad that this member met and we can enjoy lessons every week from now on.
Dutch lady who is studying Japanese is also participating in this course. Since I opened miniature clay class in the Netherlands, I would like local people to participate. I'm really happy that the Dutch lady participated in it.
Thanks for starting the course and meeting these people through miniature clay.
Amsterdam's Miniature Clay workshop 〜Coloratura will hold a trial lesson to create Christmas works.
Why don't you make little Santa Claus, Christmas tree and snowman for Christmas with us?
Date and time: 8th December 2021 (Wed) 10:00-12:30
Cost: €35 (including material cost, drink and sweets)
Minimum 3 participants, maximum 4 (up to 6 people if the number limit is lifted)
Language: Japanese & English
Japanese and English speakers are invited to participate in the same workshop. Don't worry if you don't speak Japanese. I will explain in English, so please enjoy making clay work and interacting with Japanese people.
Location: Near the main entrance of Amsteldamse Bos. 1 minute walk from Bus stop: Amsterdamse Bos
I will send you the details after you apply for the lesson.