Diy home pottery studio

Discover how to set up a pottery studio in your own home with these DIY ideas. Start creating beautiful ceramics and unleash your creativity with these step-by-step guides.
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My studio is really clean at the moment. So before I started making a mess again with throwing, trimming and glaze mixing, I thought I would snap some photos and share with you. I absolutely love looking at other potter's work spaces, and I know I am not the only one! I've been sharing some studio p

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Kasara Stewart
When I attended the Greg Daly workshop hosted by the Coastal Claymakers in Coffs Harbour at the TAFE, I was gobsmacked by the wonderful throwing area and the tables they had constructed.  Such a wonderful work area! The tables surrounding the wheels provided a really convenient workspace that fit right around the wheel. So…remember that … … Continue reading → Diy, Workshop, Ceramic Workshop, Pottery Workshop, Table, Pottery Wheel, Pottery Classes, Ceramic Studio, Pottery Studio

When I attended the Greg Daly workshop hosted by the Coastal Claymakers in Coffs Harbour at the TAFE, I was gobsmacked by the wonderful throwing area and the tables they had constructed. Such a wonderful work area! The tables surrounding the wheels provided a really convenient workspace that fit right around the wheel. So…remember that […]

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judy
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Let's be clear, this is not a guide to the ideal pottery studio. This is, however, a guide to the very basics. The down and dirty, bare bones basics that will get your hands covered in mud and making. Carve Out a Space First, you need space. You really can't skip this part. However, you need less space than you might think. The minimum space needed would include: Just enough room to move around safely A work-space for hand building and/or room for a wheel A small shelving unit for tools and…

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Melissa Pierce
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Published by Scott Pierce @cynicalceramics @theclaywarehousebc Every potter needs a surface to wedge clay on, and there are many different types. The most common are plaster, plaster covered in canvas, and plywood covered in canvas. Other possibilities are concrete, granite, Masonite, concrete board and Hardibacker boa

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Karen Rowe