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Pouring Vessels with Suze Lindsay

Do your pots looking tired and bored? If you’re looking for a way to bring life and energy to your work, Suze Lindsay can show you how. In this edition of Ceramic Arts Daily Presents, Suze demonstrates the art of creating pouring vessels that seem to come alive right before your eyes. As you watch her throw, alter, assemble and decorate a series of projects, you’ll see what it takes to add that something extra at every stage of the process. From her demonstrations of an English style jug, a couple of different types of small pitchers, a gravy boat and saucer, a large stacked pitcher and a teapot, Suze’s easy-going spirit shines through her work as she shows you how to add character to each pot.

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Suze Lindsay

About the Artist

Suze Lindsay is a studio potter living and working in the mountains of western North Carolina. In addition to earning her MFA in ceramics from Louisiana State University, Lindsay spent two years at Penland School of Crafts as a “core student,” and later three more years as an artist in residence. In 1996, she and her husband, potter Kent McLaughlin, set up Fork Mountain Pottery in Bakersville, North Carolina. Lindsay has taught at numerous art centers and universities in the United States including Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Tulane University, and Ohio University. She has also taught internationally at Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts in Canada, Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute in China, and Curaumilla Art Center in Chile. Her work is in the permanent collections of several museums in the United States and abroad. To learn more about Suze Lindsay, please visit her website www.forkmountainpottery.net.

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  • Wendy P.

    Fabulous video. I learned a lot, and felt like I was in the studio for a private lesson. I was really sorry when it ended.

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