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Talking Clay Field Trip to Lisa Orr’s Studio

On February 25, 2021, we visited the studio of Lisa Orr for another LIVE episode of Talking Clay. Watch an excerpt above, and CLAYflicks subscribers can watch the whole episode below! Enjoy!

Click here to view a PDF of helpful resources for this webinar!

Links mentioned in this webinar:

https://lisaorr.com
https://instagram.com/lisaorrpotter
https://etsy.com/shop/LisaOrrPottery
https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/shop/making-and-decorating-with-lisa-orr/
https://www.britannica.com/art/Megarian-bowl
https://www.armadilloclay.com/store/p7/Longhorn_White.html#/
https://www.amazon.com/DampRid-FG01K-Refillable-Fragrance-10-5- Ounce/dp/B000UGTLWC/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medium-density_fibreboard

Want more from Lisa Orr? Check out her full-length video Making and Decorating with Lisa Orr!

The Talking Clay Field Trip series was started in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, as a learning tool for potters who were suddenly left without access to a studio, or students and teachers who found themselves thrust into remote learning. Hosted by Simon Levin, the field trips feature great conversations, some demonstrations, and a peek into the studios of some of the greatest makers in our field.

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Comments
  • William C.

    Man, this is a wonderful workshop. Thank you Ms. Orr. So much insight into construction, design and color. This video has inspired me to try to make my own work a little better. Another great one from Clayflicks.

  • Tricia Z.

    So much great information in this short video. Chock full!!! I love her approach & process, makes me realize I really want to loosen up my work. Thank you for sharing.

  • Martha M.

    A wonderful presentation showing some technique and tips to enhance an artist story. Wish I would have known you when I lived in Austin back in the 1990’s! Cheers from NZ

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