Brace yourselves, Ceramic Arts Daily readers. Today’s video is going to turn your world upside down. And if it doesn’t turn your world upside down, it will most likely turn your platters upside down. Potter Mark Peters is back with another great wheel throwing video in which he takes a basic pottery making technique and turns it on its head. As usual, the method results in the cool surface effects for which Mark is known (and which he will teach  at the upcoming Potters Council workshop Expressive Surfaces in Kansas City, Missouri). If you are one who dreads trimming pottery, this technique is for you! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

 

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Want to learn from Mark Peters in person?


Don’t miss the upcoming Potters Council workshop Expressive Surfaces,
October 23-25, 2009, in Kansas City, Missouri.


Register before September 18, 2009, and save $50!


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