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How to Throw Large Platters No Matter What Your Size

Posted On June 16, 2014 3 Comments

Even though you don’t need to pull up high walls with a large platter, large wheel-thrown platters can be challenging, especially if you are small in stature. In today’s post, an excerpt from our 2014 Workshop Handbook, Yoko Sekino Bove gives some great tips for throwing large platters.- Jennifer Harnetty, editor.


The 30-Minute Teapot

Posted On July 17, 2013 7 Comments

Summer is the time that educators regroup and plan for the upcoming school year. So today, I thought I would share a cool project that would make a great lesson plan. In this post, Yoko Sekino Bove shares her 30-Minute Teapot lesson. The beauty of this lesson plan for teachers is that it can be made in one class period. If you’re not a teacher, it’s a fun little project to experiment with if you’re needing a break from your usual routine. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

Ceramics Monthly May 2011

Ceramics Monthly, May 2011

Posted On April 12, 2011 0 Comments

If you look closely at this year’s Emerging Artists, you’ll see the creative successes first, and even though the artists themselves intend this, I challenge you to look further than that and look for the hard work. —Sherman Hall, Editor
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Village Expert (Genuine Fake China Series), 5 in. (13 cm) in height, porcelain with sgraffito, carving, brushed glaze, fired to cone 5 in oxidation, with luster, 2011.

Yoko Sekino-Bové, Emerging Artist 2011

Posted On April 11, 2011 2 Comments

Yoko Sekino-Bové, Washington, Pennsylvania

January 2011 Ceramics Monthly

Ceramics Monthly, January 2011

Posted On December 6, 2010 0 Comments

Focus: Living Life Large

Explore the complexities of making and selling big work. From building large armatures to taking small steps in marketing, professional sculptors compare notes.
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