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Pottery Techniques: Making Lidded Forms and Trimming

$49.97

Every potter needs to learn many techniques to be successful. While a general throwing DVD can cover the entire making process from wedging and centering to glazing and firing, you’ll miss scores of tips and techniques covering the nuances of clay. In this DVD Bill van Gilder covers...(Scroll for more.)

Scott Semple Throwing Large Pots

$49.97

Scott Semple discovered early in his pottery career that making plates and teapots wouldn’t cut it for him. Instead, he discovered that making large pots...(Scroll for more.)

The Surface Techniques of Steven Hill

$39.97

Have you ever walked through the woods and noticed the textures on the trees or on the ground? That interplay between moss, bark, lichens, ferns and leaves draws you in with its complex patterns... (Scroll for more.)

The Potter’s Professional Handbook

$19.97

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The perfect resource for individuals wishing to take the next step in their involvement with clay. Written by Steven Branfman, The Potter’s Professional Handbook covers topics ranging from determining what a professional is to equipment selection, setting up shop, marketing your work, and much more...(Scroll for more.)

Pottery: A Life, a Lifetime

$29.97

This is a book about the experiences of Mel Jacobson as a potter during the past four decades—as a student, an apprentice, a teacher, and an avid participant in all things ceramic. Each chapter of this...(Scroll for more.)

Collaboration: The Ceramic Art of Tom Coleman and Frank Boyden

$29.97

Collaboration in art is an extremely difficult proposition. First of all, there’s the obvious hurdle of personalities that have to mesh before the first work can be done, and then there’s the ongoing collaboration that can possibly...(Scroll for more.)

Ceramics I

$155.97

The Ceramics I DVD course is a full 4 hours of quality instruction by Dorian Beaulieu. This course is simple and easy to follow while providing a detailed...(Scroll or more.)

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