Reboot DIY: Spin The (Pottery) Wheel

Reboot DIY: Spin The (Pottery) Wheel

Photograph by Jeremy Kramer; Icon by Michael Brandon Meyers

For our February 2015 Reboot Your Life issue, we’ve rounded up classes, services, and tools that will help you hit the reset button. Make 2015 your year.

 

 

Whistle Stop Clay Works started as a career reboot for the couple that founded it: When Tim O’Grady and his wife, Kay Bolin, retired, they thought it might be fun to open a business in Loveland. Since 2010, Whistle Stop has become an effective way to roll up your sleeves, get out of your head, and make something tangible. “The cool thing about working with clay is it’s ageless,” says Kay. “You don’t really need to be creative—it’s like yoga for the mind. The process itself is as satisfying as the outcome. A lot of our students and clients have very high-stress careers—pathologists, psychologists, doctors—and they come with us to relax, because it’s such a calming feeling.” whistlestopclayworks.com

 

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