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"Making Large Pots" By Potter Svend Bayer
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Mike Dodd: "Potter" Short Film Into His Life And Work
Potters Of USA Part One
Potters Of The USA Part Two
Jim Malone: "Potter" Short Film About His Life And Work
SIMON LEACH - Becoming A Full Time Potter?
Step One: Imagine Beautiful Things. Step Two: Make a Happy Mess. Step Three: Practice, practice, practice. Step Four: Show the World.
Potters make different types of pottery using traditional craft skills and mechanized processes. Most potters specialize in a particular job, e.g., throwing or casting. They may work for large-scale manufacturers or be self-employed .
Ceramic artist Diana Fayt shares her trials, tribulations and triumphs working for a living in this field.
Watch a potter at work!
Here is a step by step look at how we make pottery. These are the steps we use every day in our studio. The process of making pottery at our studio is basically the same as you will find at any other true pottery studio in the world today.
There are several basic types of potters wheels and many manufacturers. We have found that the more popular national brands all provide adequate performance, durability and generally trouble-free operation.