Mud Flats Pottery

I strive to reinforce the importance of creativity in everyday life. The selection of studio classes are designed to promote community enrichment through shared art experiences.

Mud Flats Pottery
Owner/Instructor · Sue Tuttle offers beginning and intermediate wheel thrown pottery classes. Specialty workshops in the use of "stiff clay slabs" which utilizes the process of working with leather hard clay and "creative clay experiences" which offers over a dozen projects complete with molds and patterns. Private lessons available. http://facebook.com/MudFlatsPottery

Tips for Throwing A Perfect Tall Cylinder | ADAM FIELD

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Tips for throwing cylinders...

This video is excerpted from "Precision Throwing & Intricate Carving" which is available in the Ceramic Arts Daily Bookstore: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/boo...

Welcome 2017!
First week of January and I'm playing in copper and dreaming of clay and silver.

How to Flatten Wine Bottles | eHow

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Looking for a little winter break project?

www.ehow.com Flattened wine bottles can be used as personalized wall art, elegant serving trays and also make a unique gift for friends or family.

Pots In Action

Hits a little too close to home.

Private Workshop with friends:
Working with "Precious Metal Clay"
PMC Silver and Prometheus Copper
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I am continuing my journey for inspiration. (My husband and I inside The Forbidden City, Beijing, China.)

Pit-fired clay vessel. #madeinaskutt #clay #pitfired #handmade #wheelthrown

Why Handmade Ceramics Are White Hot

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nytimes.com Bowls and platters are joining earlier trends like terrariums, Edison light bulbs and artisanal chocolate as accessories of the moment.

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2522 E Calhoun St
Seattle, WA
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