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Marbled Pottery Carvings Are Seriously Satisfying

Ceramic artist Sean Forest Roberts carves colorful patterns into vases and cups. He mostly works with marbled porcelain and colored clay. Each layer of the pottery is created separately through a process called slipcasting. See more from Forest Ceramic Co.: https://www.forestceramic.com/ ART INSIDER believes in the discovery of new art and artists. Life is an […]

Ceramic Artist Crafts Hobbit-Inspired Woodland Mugs

Lori Phillips is a ceramic artist based in Arizona. She translates her passion for nature by creating woodland mugs, incense burners, vases, and more. Her pieces are composed of many organic textures that resemble microorganisms and plant life. She molds the majority of her pieces by hand and uses simple tools to craft each element. […]

Raised slip decoration – Alex Matisse – 2010

Alex shows how he decorates a large planter. Recorded on December 8, 2010 using a Flip Video camera. (Visited 9 times, 1 visits today)

Jason Briggs

somewhere along the line i became addicted to this ‘tufting’ motif. i associate it with a fancy couch. to me it’s an innocent symbol of softness that helps balance out the abject. whatever that means. (Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)

Making roller stamps wheels to impress pots – April 19 with Simon Leach

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Traditional Korean technique is called sanggam

Here’s a process video showing the removal of slip from a bowl that has been stamped and painted with a porcelain slip. The this traditional Korean technique is called sanggam. (Visited 14 times, 1 visits today)

Hitomi Hisono reinterprets Wedgwood classics with Japanese aesthetics

Hitomi Hosono explains how she combined British and Japanese aesthetics to create a collection of ceramics for Wedgwood in this video Dezeen filmed at their factory in Stoke-On-Trent. Hosono, a ceramicist from Japan known for intricate porcelain pots featuring botanical forms, designed the collection in collaboration with Wedgwood, after being invited to take part in […]

How to Explore Shapes for Handbuilding | PIERANTOZZI

This clip is excerpted from What if? Explorations with Texture and Soft Slabs with Sandi Pierantozzi, which is available in the Ceramic Arts Network Shop https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/shop/what-if-with-sandi-pierantozzi/ You can view all Ceramic Arts Network full-length videos on CLAYflicks https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/magazines-subscriptions/clayflicks/ (Visited 18 times, 1 visits today)