Extruded forms can be used individually or as modules to create more complex pieces. Each module may be a simple shape on it's own but, when joined together with others, can become a very elaborate form. Today we are going to demonstrate how to make a bud vase out of extruded parts. Follow along to create a beautiful functional piece!
Summer is a great time to visit the Hudson River Valley in beautiful New York State! Between shows and family get-togethers we hope you will consider making a trip to visit your friends at Bailey Pottery Equipment.
With a few swift pulls of the extruder arm, we created dozens of uniform coils perfect for building with. That brings us to this week's post where we are going to show you how to make a bowl using extruded coils.
The fully creative life of Paulus Berensohn, artist, dancer, potter, teacher, journal maker, philosopher and deep ecologist is being celebrated by the many people whose lives he touched. His 1970s book, "Finding One's Way with Clay", is where many came to know him and his philosophy of ceramics. A 2013 documentary, "To Spring from the Hand: The Life and Work of Paulus Berensohn", tells the story of a long life of compassionate, creative contemplation. How lucky we are that he so generously shared himself with us.
The Bailey Standard Extruder allows you to create uniform clay forms in a wide variety of shapes. So whether you are working to produce multiples, on one-of-a-kind assemblages, or leading a class of students in a hand-building project, this tool will help you produce an assortment of shapes to build with.