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Precise Imprecision with Mike Jabbur

Mike Jabbur shares his process for stretching the limits of porcelain to create beautiful undulating pots in his full-length video. Discover the details behind creating undulating loose forms that take on a life of their own. With ordinary throwing skills, Mike demonstrates how to create gravity-defying pots while sharing tips and tricks that are certain to improve the way you work.

  • Introduction

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  • Chapter 1- Making a Tumbler

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  • Chapter 2 - Bread Plate

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  • Chapter 3 - Vase

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  • Chapter 4 - Oil Cruet

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  • Conclusion

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  • Bonus - Mug

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  • Bonus - Teapot

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Mike Jabbur

About the Artist

Mike Jabbur holds an M.F.A. in Ceramics from Ohio University and a B.A. in Graphic Design from Virginia Tech University. Mike is currently assistant professor of ceramics at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Previously, Mike served as studio director at Santa Fe Clay and was an artist in residence at Red Star Ceramic Studios in Kansas City, Missouri. Jabbur’s work has been exhibited in the United States and China. To learn more about Mike Jabbur, please visit his website www.mikejabbur.com.

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