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Ceramic Videos I Found Useful

Throwing Basics


Spiral Wedging the best wedging style and the only one you should learn
Rams Head Wedging/Spiral Wedging Slam Wedging Well maybe slam wedging is nice to know too…

Hand Building


General Knowledge

Washington Street Studios, Understanding Pottery This series is one of the most in-depth series on clay ive watched on youtube


We make all of our glazes in house. Getting started is easy, just ask for a class! For those that want more digital content I highly suggest these resources. Materials we keep in our studio! I try to keep a running list of all our materials we keep in stock.
Glaze Materials List and reorder Quantities

Digital Fire

  • Digital Fire is a resource of all things super technical. need to know the chemical composition of x material, its probably there. Cant explain why a glaze melts like it does, answers are probably there.


  • Glazy is an opensource wiki like object where people post their glaze recipes. You can filter recipes by type and firing temp.

John Britt's Glaze Class

  • John Britt is a ceramicists that has a free online glaze course talking about all kinds of glaze topics. Where are the materials from? How are they made? what are they doing in your glaze? A wonderful resource. He also does other ceramics topics.


Potters Clay

  • Paoli Clay(Madison area) Where we order all our materials! Mike is super nice.
  • The Potters Shop, Waukesha (Laguna Clay) They are local so its easy to run there and grab it.
  • US Pigments If Paoli can't get something usually these people have it

Training Resources

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