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Precise Imprecision:
Strengthening Throwing Skills to Create Dynamic Functional Pottery

Posted On June 21, 2013 Comments Off on Precise Imprecision:
Strengthening Throwing Skills to Create Dynamic Functional Pottery
  Stretch the limitsMike Jabbur shares his process for stretching the limits of porcelain to create beautiful undulating pots in his full-length video. Discover the details behind creating undulating loose forms that take on a life of their own. With ordinary throwing skills, Mike demonstrates how to create gravity-defying pots while sharing tips and tricks… Read More »
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Mike Jabbur — Cantilevered Teapot

Posted On April 10, 2012 Comments Off on Mike Jabbur — Cantilevered Teapot

In this video, Mike demonstrates the throwing and complex assembly techniques he uses for one of his signature teapots. Throughout his demonstration, Mike provides details on everything from his signature cantilevered forms to his striking lid handles. His easy-to-follow instructions lead you step-by-step through each element that will provide inspiration for any form you want to try. Run time: 1 hour.

Studio Visit: Mike Jabbur, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Posted On September 15, 2010 1 Comment

When it gets to a point where stress is all I know, I remind myself that I’m trying to bring joy into people’s lives.

Liquor Service, 12 in. (30 cm) in length, porcelain and earthenware, porcelain bisque fired to cone 06 and glaze fired to cone 9/10 in reduction, earthenware single fired to cone 04.

Sip Service: How to Make Sets That Blur the Lines Between Functional Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture

Posted On May 31, 2010 70 Comments

Today, Mike Jabbur shares his process for one of his liquor service sets. Not only does Mike make lovely functional sets, but he also creates display units for them that elevate them to a more sculptural realm.