Today’s video comes from my good friend and instructor Lisa Bare Culp. In this video, Lisa gives a refresher course on throwing good strong bowls on the potter’s wheel, but then reminds us that round isn’t always best. Sometimes alterations to thrown forms can take a good pot to an even higher level! Use Lisa’s demonstration as a starting point and see what other interesting shapes you can come up with.
Jennifer Harnetty, editor.
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About the star of this video:
Lisa Bare Culp is an Ohio native and holds a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts/Ceramics from the Columbus College of Art and Design. She has been teaching ceramics for more than ten years, most of which have been in her home studio, Bareclay. Bareclay studio specializes in Lisa’s artwork, ceramic education and ceramic restoration/repair. Visit www.bareclay.com for images of Lisa’s artwork and restoration/repair work.
Lisa has also implemented adaptive ceramic programs for people with disabilities in association with such groups as Recreation Unlimited, Very Special Arts of Ohio and Easter Seals. Lisa was Artist-In-Residence at the Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee from 1993-1994.

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