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Playing with Form & Decoration with S.C. Rolf – Part 2 – Pouring and Lidded Vessels

Runtime: Approximately 1 hour, 52 minutes

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In this follow up to Playing with Form & Decoration Part 1, S.C. (Steven) Rolf shares his secrets to staying fresh and motivated in the studio by continually playing with form and decoration—this time focusing on lidded and pouring vessels. Lidded vessels are basically two forms in one—the jar and the lid—and getting those to work cohesively is a fun challenge for the potter. Steve Rolf embraces this challenge and uses it as an excuse to play around with form and decoration in his studio. In this video, Steve shares a few different approaches to lidded jars, as well as a pouring vessel with an attached spout.

Contents:

Introduction
Chapter 1 – Butter Dish
Chapter 2 – Lidded Jar
Chapter 3 – GarlicJar
Chapter 4 – Creamer
Bonus – Flange
Bonus – Studio Tour

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About the Artist

S.C. Rolf lives and works as a studio potter in River Falls, Wisconsin, creating one-of-a-kind functional pots. He holds an MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in Alfred, New York, a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and a BS in Broad Area Arts from the University of Wisconsin, at River Falls. S. C. Rolf exhibits his work throughout the United States and has received a number of national awards. He also lectures and teaches workshops throughout the country. His work resides in noted private, national, and international museum collections, as well as numerous kitchen cupboards. To learn more and see more images of his work, please visit www.scrolfpotter.com.

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  • Simone Y.

    Is there a way to turn off the subtitles if you put it into full screen? They are kind of in the way and distracting thanks

  • Lynne M.

    ADDED TO MY COMMENT BELOW: This page doesn’t allow you to scroll over the video in search of the pop up menu. I had to “SEARCH” the site for the PART II video and that particular video did have the roll-over feature.

  • Lynne M.

    The Cermamics Arts Daily has changed their format for viewing videos. If you roll over the screen with your mouse a menu will pop up. Then click on the video icon for “menu” and you will get a list of videos. Although this page doesn’t allow you to do this if you “SEARCH” for S.C. Rolf you will get a better computer user-friendly video that does allow you access. Hope this helps.

  • Lynne M.

    The Cermamics Arts Daily has changed their format for viewing videos. If you roll over the screen with your mouse a menu will pop up. Then click on the video icon for “menu” and you will get a list of videos.

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    Help! the contents are not showing up in orange, cannot click on the links to watch the videos.

    • Hi Sherry, you have to click the orange “Play Video” link below the contents and “Need help using CLAYflicks? Click here for a helpful guide!” link. -CAN Staff

    • Ash N.

      Hi Lynnz, we have resolved the issue. Please let us know if you are still unable to view this video. Thanks, CAN Staff

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