Sandi Pierantozzi cleans up the textured rim on a handbuilt bowl.

Sandi Pierantozzi cleans up the textured wrapped rim of a handbuilt bowl.

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending the Potters Council Handbuilding workshop in Atlanta, Georgia. As usual, the workshop was loaded with fantastic presenters and I came away with lots of new ideas for the studio. I also had the pleasure of working with a few of the artists to shoot some video to share with Ceramic Arts Daily readers!

Today, I am rolling out the first of those videos featuring the lovely and talented Sandi Peirantozzi. In this clip, Sandi demonstrates a cool soft slab building technique for a bowl with a wrapped rim. She also explains the template system she uses to make her pottery. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

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This video was filmed at the Potters Council Handbuilding Conference
in Atlanta, Georgia.

Find out about upcoming Potters Council workshops here!

To learn more about Sandi Pierantozzi or see images of her finished work,

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