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Eric Louis: Traditional Acoma Horsehair Pottery

Traditional Acoma pottery has been made in the Acoma Pueblo area of New Mexico for centuries. The pottery is easily recognized due to its thin walls and the intricate geometric designs painted on the exteriors. Eric Louis grew up in Acoma Pueblo learning how to make this type of pottery.

The Big Pottery Book List
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The Big Pottery Book List

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

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Ronald Pothier : Making a Stoneware Teapot

How teapots are made on a throwing wheel. Pottery made from Stoneware clay.Ronald Pothier is a potter from Quebec. Watch as he transforms a hunk of clay into a finished teapot.

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How To Create a Scalloped Vase

David Cuzick shows us how he throws a porcelain scalloped vase, and the results are beautiful. Have you tried throwing a scalloped vase before? Why not

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