Handle Making Video: Spicing Up Handles on Pottery by Combining Techniques

Today’s video features our good friend Tony Clennell demonstrating a nifty little way to add interest to handles on pots.

 

In this excerpt from his great full-length DVD, Get a Handle On It, Tony starts with a pulled handle, chops it up and then reassembles it, adding a nice angular touch that echoes the beaker form the handle is attached to. It is a great little video that started me thinking about other ways handles might be pulled, altered and assembled. Hope it sparks some good ideas for you too. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

 

 

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This clip was excerpted from Tony’s full-length DVD Get a Handle On It,
which is available in the Ceramic Arts Daily Bookstore.
Comments
  • mmmmm very fasinating . the shape of the beaker and the handle unique.Bravo well done Tony. You cn see my first work in ceramic at nepenthesborneo.multiply.com. I would like to share with u.

  • I have not been able to get any videos the last few weeks…ever since you updated the site.

  • I am not getting the video anymore? What has happened or what do I needo to do?

  • What is magic water??Is it an alternative to slip or paper clay used for attachments…

  • Yes, it’s an alternative to scoring & slip.

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