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Great gallery to take a porcelain pottery class!
Not only is Heidi Loewen a talented artist, she is a generous and enthusiastic teacher.
My husband enjoyed the wheel throwing process and appreciated Heidi's patience and helpful tips. I enjoyed watching the mesmerizing conversion of clay...More
While in Santa Fe this past June, my Daughter-In-Law and I were at the Santa Fe Cooking Store and I, who loves pottery, noticed Heidi's studio just across the street. Heidi's porcelain pottery is absolutely stunning. We had a very informative conversation with Heidi, about...More
Our friends took us for a private porcelain class with Heidi on our first visit to Santa Fe. My husband and I have never sculpted anything prior, but that was not an issue. Heidi is an amazing teacher with the most postive attitude of anyone...More
We had a great time great our 'masterpieces'! Heidi is a great teacher, patient and extremely helpful. We were so pleased with the experience and the final result! We recommend this to anyone who visits Santa Fe!
Heidi is a person not to be missed in Santa Fe and to be learning/working with such a successful artist and create my own work with her help was a thrill. My daughters also received a lesson and she was wonderful with them.
Had the pleasure of taking a class with 11 others with Heidi as the teacher and four assistants. Heidi is a hoot! We had a wonderful hands of experience and got to make like three pieces each in the time we had. Go have fun...More
We happened across Heidi's studio while at the cooking school. We were just browsing (not our price range) when heidi started chatting with us. We spent nearly an hour talking with her and watching her work. We thought the lesson would be fun but it...More
Heidi Loewen's gallery offers a great intro to throwing pottery on a wheel. They do all the prep work, you spend an hour or three learning how to work with the clay, and in the process making several small pieces. Then you choose how you...More