Making a Handmade Ceramic Clock by Lurearts Pottery

Making a Handmade Ceramic Clock by Lurearts Pottery

Landis Carey
May 27, 2011

As a fellow potter, I fell in love with this video from Toronto-based ceramic artist Pam McFadyen of Lurearts Pottery. I've been a fan of her work for some time: Her glazes are rich and meaningful but her forms are feminine yet simple. Here she beautifully documents her work as she gives a sneak peek into the time-intensive process that is ceramic art. Read on for details and images of Lurearts Pottery.

Lurearts Pottery:

1 Green Soup Bowl Set, $40
2 Waterlily Olive Tray, $12
3 Berry Bowl Strainer in Midnight Sea, $48

Like it? Love it? See more at Lurearts Pottery.

(Video: Lurearts Pottery)

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