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Pottery Throwing : Clay mixing technique

Fire and Earth - The Tibetan Blackware Pottery

Pottery

Zulu pottery

Pottery Video: Slab Building Techniques with Jeremy Randall

Pottery Video: Making a Darted Creamer | SUZE LINDSAY

#cmemergingartist2015 Todd Pletcher's Tulip cup, 4 in. (10 cm) in height, wood-fired stoneware, 2014. Todd was one of our 2015 Emerging Artists, featured in the May 2015 issue. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-may-2015/

#WorkingPotters #wip Working full time as a potter is a dream for a lot of people, and a reality for only some. It’s not an easy career path, even if it is a rewarding and creative one. Working artists in general were on my mind when I traveled to the Republic of Korea last week to attend the opening for the Gyeonggi International Ceramics Biennale (#GICB). I was a member of the biennale’s International Committee, and in addition to the advisory work, and seeing the finalized exhibitions, I took part in a ceramics-focused tour. This gave me the opportunity to meet a few working potters in different parts of the country. We visited potters as they fired their wood kilns in Oegosan Onggi Village. We also had the chance to watch Heongyu Kim, who has made a living as a potter in Gyeongju for over 30 years, demonstrate how he uses traditional Onggi tools and techniques in his studio to make a variety of forms using earthenware clay. During our tour of Yido Ceramics in Yeoju, we met some of the many potters who worked in the small dinnerware factory and showroom. The six artists who are a part of this issue’s working potters focus write about how they have combined their studio know-how with business and marketing skills (learned from mentors or on the job) and personal strengths. –Jessica Knapp, editor. On the cover of our newest issue is Steven Rolf’s dessert bowls, to 4.5 in. (11 cm) in diameter, dark stoneware, fired to cone 10 in reduction, 2013. To read more of editor Jessica Knapp's letter, click here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/letter-from-the-editor-junejulyaugust-2015/ To learn more about the June/July/August 2015 issue, click here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-junejulyaugust-2015/

15 Handmade Ceramic Creations to Add to Your Kitchen

The holidays are over, but the party has just begun! A new year means new recipes to try, playlists to prepare and of course, parties to plan. While you’re putting together the perfect party outfit, why don’t you add some of these unique, handmade ceramic pieces to your home so you can serve some …

#monthlymethodmonday Cary Esser uses plaster slabs and plaster slats to create tile molds with flexible dimensions. Check out the Monthly Methods page in the article on her work in February's issue to see how she uses these molds. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-february-2015/

7. Making your own Trimming Tools from Hacksaw Blades with Hsin-Chuen Lin

茶碗 ろくろ Ceramic pottery wheel Throwing matcha chawan teabowl, trimming. by cory Lum