Two Techniques for Making Swirlware Pottery | KLINE

Swirlware, a traditional form of pottery made in the Catawba Valley of North Carolina in the early 1900s, is made by combining contrasting clay bodies when throwing. Michael Kline makes swirlware and other historical North Carolina pottery forms, but puts his own contemporary touch on the work.

In today’s video, an excerpt from his new video The Brush and the Wheel, Michael demonstrates two ways to make swirlware cups using a red clay body and a porcelain. This clip got me thinking about trying it out with clays colored with commercial stains too. Think of the possibilities! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor

This clip was exerpted from “The Brush & The Wheel with Michael Kline” which is available at http://ceramicartsdaily.org/bookstore/the-brush-the-wheel-with-michael-kline/

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