Today, North Carolina potter Mark Peters returns to Ceramic Arts Daily with another great wheel throwing project: the scalloped rim bowl. In this clear and concise video, Mark (who will be presenting at the upcoming Potters Council workshop Expressive Surfaces in Kansas City, Missouri) demonstrates how to make bowls with beautiful undulating rims using a couple of simple tools from your pottery tool kit. Once again, Mark makes it look easy, but I guess that’s what all good teachers do. Take it away Mark! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.


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Check out Mark’s other videos in the Ceramic Arts Daily Archives:

Part 1: Making a Stamped Cup with Continuous Texture

Stamped Cup Part 2: Trimming, Slipping and Raw Glazing for Texture and Depth

Part 1: Making a Homemade Wire Faceting Tool and a Wire Faceted Bowl

Part 2: Trimming and Glazing a Wire-Faceted Bowl

Using Handmade Bisque Stamps to Apply Texture to Platter Rims

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