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Coil Pottery

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Polymer Clay Coil Bowl with Tiny Goldfish

Penni Jo, of Best Flexible Molds, has a cute bowl project. Creating a coil bowl using scrap fabric is a great way to upcycle old materials and give them new life. In this project, we take it a step…

Fairfield Art :: Ceramics-Coil Pot

Digication ePortfolio :: Fairfield Art by Tricia Thatcher,mindy montgomery,colleen larbes,julie staudt,kathrine clark,matt klaber,Harmon Lauren at FAIRFIELD HIGH SCHOOL. REQUIREMENTS FOR COIL POT: 1. Finished piece should be at least 8" total in height.2. You must use at least 3 different types of coils.3. The finished piece must be smoothed on the inside.(this has to be done as you go, DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE END!!)4. All coils must be

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In this video I show how I make a coil bowl from start to finish, including the glazed piece. Coil pottery has an ancient history and there is something about this particular bowl that reminds me of Celtic artwork. I start off by sketching out my design by pencil, and I use the drawing as a guide. Often I deviate from the plan, but it’s a good starting point. Why not check out my step by step guide on how to make a coil bowl.
Andry's has blended the wabi-sabi japanese concept with the amphora pottery modern design giving an stunning ancient and idiomatic expressions. The kintsugi repair and imperfections on the body are just given and transmitted the beauty of imperfections of wabi-sabi style.
Coil pottery is very satisfying to make and you can make some lovely pottery using this technique. In this video, I demonstrate how I make a simple coil pot with a fancy sculpted neck. Learning the clay coiling technique is quite straightforward. And once you have mastered it, you can adapt your approach in lots of different ways. I like to add sculpted details to mine, especially around the neck. Check it out and let me know what you think...