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Minnesota Clay DVD's

A Potter's Progress
A Potter's Progress

Dennise Buckley, originally from Ireland, is blessed with a talent – she understands what it takes to teach beginners how to make pottery. In this expertly produced DVD, she draws on more than 20 years of experience and passion with clay to explain the basics of handbuilding and throwing so anyone can enjoy success in working with clay.

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Artsmart Handbuilt Clay Sculpture
Artsmart Handbuilt Clay Sculpture

Artist Christine LePage combines the ceramic techniques of hard slab, soft slab, and press molds to create a sculpture, which is then barrel fired. A student sculptor also demonstrates handbuilding. Includes a teacher’s guide.

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Robert Piepenburg: Raku Clay, Glazes, and Tongs
Robert Piepenburg: Raku Clay, Glazes, and Tongs

A to-the-point demonstration and explanation of how various ingredients can be integrated to formulate handbuilding and wheel-throwing clay bodies and glazes capable of withstanding the thermal shocks of the Raku firing process.

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Understanding Porcelain - Throwing & Decorating
Understanding Porcelain - Throwing & Decorating

Of all clay, porcelain is undoubtedly the most difficult to work with. Because of its fine grain size, special care must be taken when working with it from the time you take it out of storage until you remove it from the final firing. In this DVD, master potter and porcelain expert Tom Turner imparts a wealth of information about how to work with this material for throwing and decorating prior to bisque firing. And although Tom focuses porcelain, most of his techniques are far reaching and apply to anyone who wants to improve their skills.

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