Morgan ✾ Pottery By M (@potterybym)

Definitely some of my fav #babychubs 😍😊💖 I'm still out of the studio (and will be for a bit more), but, in the meantime, enjoy these gorgeous little suckers! 😝 I know it's suuuper late — but have a great night! (Or happy very early Friday!)

Sue Pariseau (@suepariseaupottery)

Same clay, same glaze, same firing...but each of these tumblers is so different. In a woodfiring, a pots location in the kiln can make a big difference.

Sue Pariseau (@suepariseaupottery)

Updated my online shop with some heart shaped bowls and pendants for Valentine's Day. Visit my profile to find the shop link.

Jackson Fyfe (@jacksonfyfeceramics)

Over the past few days, I have received several messages asking to show how I made the platter that I carved in last week’s videos. I suppose I should have clarified a bit more when I said it was made with a slab. 😬🤭 While it is possible to throw a platter like this without a mold or a slab of clay, I chose to use this method because the hands-on time of this process is fairly quick and it gives me a consistent shape if I want to make a series of these bowls. In order to make one of these platters, I start with a 1/4 inch thick slab (around 1.5 cm) of clay and I drape it over a mold that was made by @theceramicshop. Next, I use some water and my fingers to smooth the piece of clay onto the surface of the mold. After that, I use a pin tool to cut the slab into a circular shape and I score a ring on the center of the convex slab. Finally, I add a coil of clay to the scored ring and throw it into the shape of a foot. The only downside to this technique, is that I have to wait overnight to remove the piece from the mold or else it will be too soft and collapse. Otherwise, if you would like to make a consistent shape of pottery and you have some time to wait for it to come off of the mold, I would highly recommend this process! If you have any more questions, feel free to ask! Enjoy! 🎶Music- The Light Brigade by @whereisalex🎶
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Sue Pariseau (@suepariseaupottery)

Cleaning up some tumblers with black inlay this evening.

Kili Parker (@parker_pottery)

Working on an indoor planter for my fiancé. I plan on making a lot of these in the next few months ❤️ .
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CourtlandStreetDesigns (@courtlandstreetdesigns)

I love Thursdays. It's the one day I do my best to have nothing scheduled and just head to the studio to create. 2 of the 6 pieces I threw tonight. #courtlandstreetdesigns #wheelartpotterystudios #potterybowl #potters #pottery #pottersofinstagram #potterslife #clay #ceramiclicious #wheelthrownpottery #wheelthrown #handmade

Kenneth A Standhardt (@standhardt_studio)

Last big thing in the studio was to install the LED lighting strip under the redwood ledge. It wasn't hard to install, is dimmable, not ungodly expensive. About $260.00 for the 16' package. Flexfire is the company out of southern California and they were great to talk to. The lighting really makes good use out the lower display space. Now I need to make pots!!!#creativespace #craftsman #folkpottery #ledlighting #byhand #ceramics #etsy #patterndesign #fractal #clayphotography #pottery #pottershands #design #pottery #woven #slo #claystudio #artsobispo #studio #newstudio #studiospace #potterswheel #wheelthrown #artdisplay
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