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Mix & Match: Forming Techniques with Brenda Quinn

In this video presentation, Brenda Quinn shares her versatile and accessible approach to form. You’ll discover how she mixes and matches techniques to come up with unique pottery that is both decorative and functional. If you’ve grown tired of making the same ol’ same ol’, Brenda’s approach will be a refreshing jump start to your creativity!

  • Introduction

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  • Chapter 1 - Cup

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  • Chapter 2 - Jar

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  • Chapter 3 - Simple Molds

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  • Chapter 4 - Complex Molds

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  • Chapter 5 - Vase

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  • Conclusion

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Brenda Quinn

About the Artist

Brenda Quinn’s interest in ceramics started during her sophomore year of college, however her fondness for functional and domestic objects goes back to her childhood. She attended Tyler School of Art, Temple University, where she earned a BFA in ceramics. Brenda then went on to earn her MFA in ceramics from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. She currently lives, works, and teaches in New York. She maintains a studio in her home, where she lives with her husband, two daughters, three cats, and two guinea pigs. To learn more about Brenda Quinn and see more images of her work, please visit www.brendaquinn.com.

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