Calder van Andel from Calders Ceramics shows you how to handbuild a ceramic Christmas tree. It’s quite easy and beginner friendly!
YouTube is an amazing place to watch hundreds of free online pottery lessons – and with many people starting out their pottery journey with a “YouTube Education” it’s great place to start with some beginners pottery lessons. Learning online is Amazing! Why? You can Pause & Rewind – You can’t
When you have the right pottery book, creating with clay can be freeing and amazing. You can create anything that you can imagine. However, it can be hard to understand how to do certain techniques correctly when you are first starting out. If you are learning at home or seeking
In this video, we see John Britt showing us how he creates ceramic luminaries for candles. John Britt is a studio potter in Baskerville, North Carolina. John is a self-taught potter who has taught and worked extensively at many locations including at Penland School of Crafts. John is also the
Studio safety is key to living a long and healthy life as a potter. In our line of work, we can come into contact with many different job hazards that can cause us grief down the road. Being cautious and taking preventative measures is the best way to stay safe
Cleaning your studio regularly is essential to having a safe environment to work. If you do not clean a pottery studio regularly then the dust from the clay can build up and cause long-term issues with your health. In this article, we are going to discuss how to clean your
In this video, Janis Wilson Hughes from Evolution Stoneware Pottery demonstrates how to make a spoon rest. Janis Wilson Hughes is a potter from Johnson City, Tennessee. Her work focuses on functional tableware that mainly relates to bottle forms and containers for liquids. These items range from decanters, olive oil
How to make a spoon with Jessica Putnam-Phillips ❤
Pottery for Kids: How do kids benefit from pottery? Pottery, for kids, is one of the most creative activities you can let your child experience. Kids are born naturally creative, and inquisitive. They are born filled to the brim with energy, and the need to express themselves. And as
Making a Pinch Pot can be hard work… There are so many things that can go wrong. Luckily though, once you have the correct pinch pot technique down, you turn into a pinch pot making machine! To help get you on the right track, Daniel Willis has created this amazing Pinch
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In this video George Sifounios from Sifoutv Pottery shows us how he makes his pottery butter dishes by throwing them on the potter’s wheel. Simple,
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