I worked with ceramics for about four years. I started with a first time potter class at Lillstreet Art Center. They are right off the Montrose Brown Line, have a great community, and offer open studio time. When I first started throwing on the wheel, everything I made either broke or turned out to only be a few inches tall. After about six months, I finally started to get it. Like an instrument, throwing on the wheel requires a lot of touch sense so it takes a bit of time to get used to. It's a great art form and I look forward to continue throwing.