Pottery Classes

Paul Romanick is a certified art teacher and master potter and has specialized and taught pottery in his studio for 25 years.  Working with many ages and skill levels over the years Paul has developed a wide variety of lessons for students to explore and create. 

Paul and his wife Tonya will be happy to help students engineer
and create pieces of their own design once they learn some basic techniques.  From beginner to advanced students you will be inspired to explore the unlimited potential of clay.

Tonya who specializes in hand building, graphic design, sculpting and glaze painting techniques, will also be available to work with students.

Click photo slideshow below to view pieces students have created!

Classes of 6 to 7 students are held every Wednesday 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. 

$395.00 for 6/3 hour sessions plus a 40.00 materials fee .(2 hours of instruction and 1 hour to explore clay on your own).  Material fee includes a 25 lb. bag of clay, glazes and tools to finish your work.

All of our glazes are lead free, microwave and dishwasher safe.

Everyone will have fun creating 6 to 10 pieces and gain a greater appreciation of hand made pottery!

Ask about our one time classes for 2-6 students.

Come celebrate your anniversary, birthday or a fun creative activity learning and making functional and decorative pottery!

Now offering a two hour one session class for two to six students.  2 students for 200.00, 275.00 for three students, 335.00 for four students, 5 students for 390.00 and 6 students 435.00.

Give us a call for more info and directions
to the studio, we'd be glad to show you around!

Wholesale Inquiries Welcome!

Romanick Pottery

Newark, De 19702

(302) 738 8038


Raku workshops are available during the spring and summer months, call for our current class schedule!

You've always wanted to take pottery classes...so do it!  

Ages 13 to adult can explore clay in a spacious studio environment with the instruction of two master potters creating clay pieces to be proud of.  Our studio is equipped with six potter's wheels,a slab roller, extruder for hand building projects and two large kilns.  Students will learn wheel throwing techniques used to form bowls, mugs and plates on a potter's wheel.  Advanced students create lidded pots, vases,pitchers, birdbaths and whatever their ability and imagination will allow.  Everyone will learn craftsmanship and glazing techniques needed to complete their projects successfully.