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Pottery Video of the Week: A Potter Uses Texture and Flowing Glazes to Make Teapots with Splendid Surfaces

Posted By Jennifer Harnetty On February 11, 2011 @ 2:04 pm In Ceramic Decorating Techniques,Daily,Features,Video | 49 Comments

Fong Choo cuts into a porcelain teapot with a wiggly wire.

Fong Choo cuts into a porcelain teapot with a wiggly wire.

A few months back, I attended the Potters Council Splendid Surfaces Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, and got some fabulous footage of some great artists demonstrating their techniques.

 

Today I am going to share one with you, faithful readers. It features potter Fong Choo sharing some of his texture and glazing techniques for his tiny teapots. Enjoy and Happy Friday! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor

 


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To learn more about Fong Choo or see images of his finished work, please visit http://www.fongchoo.com/

See another post on Fong Choo’s work in the Ceramic Arts Daily archives here.


This clip was filmed at the Potters Council Splendid Surfaces Conference.
Learn about upcoming Potters Council Conferences right here!

 


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