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
Peacock feather inspired bulb vase. Using the Mocha Diffusion technique allows for some creative layering. Here is one of the first things that came to mind. Looking forward to more experimenting. . . . . #ceramics #pottery #mochadiffusion #peacock #peacockfeathers #bulbvase #moonvase A post shared by Kevin Kowalski (@kowalskipottery) on
How to Hand Build a Ceramic Flower. These flowers will be part of a wall sculpture, but the techniques can be applied for adding flowers onto wheel thrown work as well.
Jennifer McCurdy gives us a Fabulous demonstration on how she turns her Wheel-Thrown pots into Beautiful Organic Sculptures. So the next time you have a pot come off the wheel that you’re not happy with, why not try this out! Pre-order her new book “Vessels: A Conversation in Porcelain and
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Phil Rogers – Potter. Watch his beautiful 33 minute documentary ‘Drawing in the Air’ here. Watch Now!
One of the things that happens when you focus too much on pottery is that you only make cups and bowls and vases… you forget
It’s hard not to be completely captivated by the playful and complex pattern and colour that Italian artist Eloisa Gobbo uses in their work.