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Throwing (New Ceramics)
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction A Brief History of The Wheel Chapter 1 Getting Started Chapter 2 Basic Techniques Chapter 3 Domestic Pots Chapter 4 Advance Techniques Chapter 5 Personal Approaches Suppliers Bibliography Index

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An concise, accessible introduction to this essential skill, with step-by-step instructions and tips on how to throw various types of pots on a wheel.

About the Author

A ceramics graduate of the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, Richard Phethean is an established professional potter with more than thirty years' experience of teaching pottery. He is a Fellow of the Craft Potters Association and is on the Crafts Council of Great Britain's Index of Selected Makers. For twelve years from 1996, Richard was a visiting staff member in the role of throwing tutor for the Workshop Ceramics degree course at the University of Westminster. In 2001 Richard was invited to establish a new ceramics facility as Resident Potter at Sibford, a Quaker school on the North Oxfordshire Cotswold borders, where today he continues to develop his work, exhibiting widely in galleries and fairs throughout the UK and Europe.

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A stimulation of creativity and of ideas for the maker ... This is a good book, it has emerged fresh and smart from an update and deserves a place in your library. * London Potters News * I enjoyed Richard Phethean's book enormously ... [The book is all about] making and wanting to make. The inspiration comes from the continual need to improve, experiment and innovate, whether it's following a brilliant method of making oval dishes (no cutting, no scars), or a nice approach to a composite pot with a little off centre lean. To inspire further, there are little vignettes from some well-known potters ... Excellent glimpses into the working practice of those whose work is so admired and a spur to those whose work is developing. * Shards: South Wales Potter Newsletter *

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