Online Classes & Supplies

Online Classes & Supplies

Claydreamers Pottery Studio is a multi-disciplinary ceramics studio offering classes by experienced ceramic artist Linda De Toma in the leafy heart of Eltham, Victoria.
Pottery Classes
Claydreamers offers classes for children and adults. Classes include learning to throw on the Potter’s wheel, Handbuilding, decoration and glazing techniques. You will learn to create functional and decorative pieces in a friendly supportive environment.We...
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A selection of Linda’s functional and sculptural ceramic work is available at the following stockists. Stonehouse Gallery & Shop 103 Yarra Street, Warrandyte, Victoria, Australia 3113  
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Important information regarding classes

Due to Covid-19 restrictions our waitlist & Firing service is currently closed.

We are currently offering Virtual Classes – Visit Page.

We will be resuming limited classes with appropriate social distancing & sanitation restrictions for our existing students shortly.

Existing students will be contacted via email about class resumption.


  • Sand Series

    Sand Series

  • Gingko Series

    Gingko Series

    Linda’s latest range of porcelain teapots, vases and bowls incorporate hand painted ginko leaf designs.
  • Eltham Cemetary Trust

    Eltham Cemetary Trust

    In collaboration with artist Nerina Lascelles, Linda De Toma created a collection of panels to celebrate life in Eltham over the last 150 years. Panels made up of ceramic tiles and featuring images depicting scenes unique to the Eltham area, the work was commissioned by the Eltham Cemetery Trust and installed in September 2017. The project was designed and constructed by Leigh Wykes with Australian stone and ironwork by Neil Carter. For more information on the project, please visit the Eltham Cemetery Trust, Our Eltham website.
  • Poppy Series

    Poppy Series

  • Banyule Community Health

    Banyule Community Health

    Commissioned by Banyule Community Health, the mosaic was installed in the centre’s multipurpose room in 2010. Created by community centre participants, the design was inspired by the layers, textures and colours of the Australian landscape. It is a celebration of Australia and the people that live here.
  • Glazed Ceramics

    Glazed Ceramics