Pottery Painting at Impressions Art Studio

We took the kids to Impressions Art Studio at Loewen Rd for a bit of pottery painting the other day and it was a fruitful session for them. If the name of the art studio sounds familiar to you, it’s probably because they were previously at Cluny Court near Elly.

There are so many different pottery pieces to choose from. I liked a plate in the shape of a gingerbread man and I thought the Christmas ornaments were really cute. Adam chose a toy airplane to paint and Anya picked a heart-shaped box. I was trying to persuade her to choose a super cute ice-cream cone container but she had her heart (geddit??) set on that box. The kids then selected a few colours they liked before they starting painting.

The activity was perfect for Anya and she was very conscientious about using different colours on each section of the box and even added patterns to the cover and inside of the box. Adam needed a bit more help but still managed to make something cute. We will have to go back and collect their pieces after they have been fired and I can’t wait to see the final product!

painting an aeroplane

painting an aeroplane

she chose a heart-shaped box

she chose a heart-shaped box

Adam's plane and a few other completed pieces

Adam’s plane and a few other completed pieces

Besides pottery painting, Impressions Arts Studio also offers other DIY activities like acrylic painting and batik painting. This weekend, 6 and 7 December, Impressions Art Studio is celebrating their move to Loewen Rd and will be offering free art activities from 2-5pm so do pop by and find out more about what they do.

Follow the directions closely because it’s quite hard to find. The entire area is under renovation and it’s hard to spot Impressions Art Studio in the corner.

Impressions Art Studio
73 Loewen Road #01-16
Singapore 248843
Tel: 6465 8908
Monday – Sunday
10 am – 5 pm

*Drive in through Minden Road, turn right and take Harding Road. Go all the way down until you reach a junction. On your left should be MoCA (Museum of Contemporary Arts). Turn left, take the second turning and go through the construction site until you see a clearing. We are at the left corner in a smaller building.

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