To buy my work, please visit my Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/hsinchuen. Hsin-Chuen Lin demonstrates how to throw a large closed form on the potter’s wheel. For more info about him, please visit www.mypots.net Youtube Channel: Hsinchuen Lin
Artist Presentation recorded live at the annual conference in Kansas City
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This clip exists because of vision of Objective Clay members and Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts where it was filmed. It is short part of a longer version where many of the members offer their ideas about making. The members of Objective Clay traveled to Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Maine the summer […]
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To see or buy my finished work, please visit my ETSY shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/hsinchuen To watch more of my throwing videos, please visit my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/hsinchuen/videos To learn more about my back ground, please visit my Website: http://home.comcast.net/~hsinchuen/site/ www.mypots.net Youtube Channel: Hsinchuen Lin
This video is a quick highlight of the over 100 ceramics exhibitions available during the 2016 NCECA conference, “Makers, Mentors and Milestones,” March 16-19, 2016 in Kansas City, MO. For more information visit www.nceca.net Youtube Channel: WatchNCECA
This is a closed form I will eventually bisque and use to shape slabs of clay for hand building with. But it could also be part of an object. I throw it without a base or foot. Happy Potting!
This is Stephanie Lanter’s video for the Artaxis Conversations event during the 2018 National Clay Week. More information may be found at https://artaxis.org/conversations/ Youtube Channel: Art Axis
To buy my work, please visit my Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/hsinchuen. For more info about me, please visit my website “www.mypots.net’ Youtube Channel: Hsinchuen Lin
This is a trailer for the NCECA Demonstrator Series featuring Gerit Grimm, to purchase the DVD please visit: http://www.nceca.net and click on STORE.
This bottomless cylinder or ring is a building block for many of my forms. I open the clay to the bat. And compress the ring down to the bat after opening is wider. I repeat this until I have the width that I am looking for. If you do not compress it down to the […]