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Are you interested in altering, but afraid to step out of your comfort zone? Do you struggle with throwing larger volumetric pots? In this video, Martina Lantin will teach you how to throw caution to the wind and push the boundaries of your clay body to create exciting new work. Altering thrown pots is an exciting way to create interesting work that stands out from the crowd, but making that first cut into a freshly thrown pot can be a little scary. Martina will help you push aside your fears and you’ll soon discover the fun of deconstructing your work and putting it back together again!

Contents:

Introduction
 Chapter 1 - Pitcher
 Chapter 2 - Vase
 Chapter 3 - Dinner Plates
 Chapter 4 - Cut Rim Bowl
 Chapter 5 - Upside Down Bowl
 Chapter 6 - Decoration
 Conclusion

Gallery

About the Author

Martina Lantin

Martina Lantin was born in Montréal, Canada. Following graduation from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, Martina continued to develop her throwing skills through apprenticeships and production potting in both Europe and the United States. She earned her MFA from Nova Scotia College of Art & Design University in 2009. Martina has held residencies at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts (Newcastle, ME), Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (Gatlinburg, TN), and Baltimore Clayworks. Currently, Martina is Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Alberta College of Art & Design in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. To learn more about Martina Lantin and see more images of her work, please visit www.mlceramics.com.
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