Making | craft and process
Our short featured Making film presents French slipware potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard throwing his loose earthenware beakers.
Widely regarded as the potter’s potter, Gérard makes his terre vernissée wares in his atelier-studio in Valensole, southern Provence.
Featured Making | Jean-Nicolas Gérard Throwing Tall Beakers
Our featured Making film shows French slipware potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard throwing his loose earthenware beakers in his Valensole studio.
This film of gallery potter Phil Rogers firing his wood kiln features footage shot back in 2008, when his two-chambered kiln was first built.
Tucked away into the North-West corner of Cumbria lies Lessonhall, the small village where Jim Malone established his current pottery studio.
With exceptional vision and creativity, artist Jan Hardisty arranges unusual objects into striking compositions that he photographs with his large format camera.
In this short film French potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard shows us how he throws his glorious earthenware beakers with his typical loose touch.
The third post in our ceramics studio tour series, this week we’ll be looking at the gorgeous Somerset pottery of renowned British potter Mike Dodd.
To celebrate gallery potter Lisa Hammond’s amazing new MBE award, we made a studio tour looking at Lisa’s fantastic Maze Hill Pottery.
To accompany our recent exhibition of extraordinary assemblages by Richard James we’ve put together a detailed slideshow of his work.
In 2007 we first visited the Mashiko studio of internationally renowned Japanese potter Ken Matsuzaki to film the master at work.
Anne Mette’s studio is housed in an old 19th century farmhouse on the coast of Bornholm, a small Danish island in the Baltic Sea.
Gallery potter Phil Rogers presents a fascinating throwing demonstration to an audience in our gallery front room.
In this week’s Making film French slipware potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard shows us how he throws his small vases in his Valensole studio.
In this week’s short Making film Danish potter Anne Mette Hjortshøj talks about how she makes her oval teapots.
This week’s Making post looks at the many printing techniques artist Rigby Graham used throughout his career.
The second part of our archival footage of Phil Rogers at work in his studio, in this film Phil glazes pots while discussing his glaze mixtures.
In this short film from 2014, potter Nic Collins discusses the huge risks and rewards involved in wood-firing and opens his anagama kiln.
In this short film, driftwood artist Sid Burnard discusses his strange bird and beast assemblages with writer Sam Llewellyn.
We took a look back through our film archives to find this rare footage of British potter Phil Rogers working in his studio.
In this short film gallery artist Jenny Grevatte discusses the ongoing theme of trees in her work. Watch our video to learn about her methods.
In this short film slipware potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard shows us how he throws his salad bowls at his studio in Valensole. Watch to learn more.
Artist Chris Wood shows us how an etching plate is made from start to finish in the Goldmark Atelier. Watch to learn more about the process.
A short film of British potter Lisa Hammond in her studio making Japanese influenced Tsubo pots.