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Making a Slipped & Stamped Teacup with Paul Linhares

Runtime: Approximately  33 minutes

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In this exclusive-to-CLAYflicks video, Paul Linhares takes us through his process for making a teacup with slipped and stamped decoration. You’ll pick up great tips like how to neatly apply slip to a freshly thrown cup on the wheel and how to apply stamped decoration in a modular way to create a variety of unique marks. Super inspiring!

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Paul Linhares

About the Artist

Paul Linhares is a Central Ohio potter and educator. He received his BFA in 1991 from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, and his MFA in 2000 from West Virginia University. He has been an adjunct ceramics professor at Mount Vernon Nazarene University in Mount Vernon, Ohio, and North Central State College, in Mansfield, Ohio, as well as a visiting faculty member at the Chautauqua Institution School of Art. His work has been exhibited in the Canton Museum of Art, Cedar Creek Gallery, Strictly Functional Pottery National, and numerous other exhibitions. He has also been featured in both Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated. To learn more about Paul and see more images of his work, please visit www.paullinhares.com.

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  • Margaret F.

    I have watched Paul in another video and have learnt a lot. Because I work in white clay and fire ^ 9-10 I work somewhat in reverse. But this is where we learn and he has a good teaching voice. Some come across as squeaky. Maybe that is my PC. I love all of the videos and watch them time and time again.

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