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Teapot Workshop with George Dymesich

Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild
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Fun and informative workshop covering techniques for creating different types of teapots. George Dymesich, is an American potter working in clay for over 40 years with deep expertise in Asian ceramics.
www.georgethepotter.com

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2013/08/22

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Jenny Green
Jenny Green 28 日 前
God says HE is the potter and we are the clay!
Cambodia Taxi Service
COOL
Dyana Mullican
Dyana Mullican ヶ月 前
A great teacher and nice work. So interesting. Thank you.
راعي الأوله
bless you Diana
stilltlrforlife
stilltlrforlife 2 ヶ月 前
I've made several teapots from clay I have dug myself, I dont like tea at all but I like a challenge.
Jo Sweet
Jo Sweet 3 ヶ月 前
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Dale Catching
Dale Catching 3 ヶ月 前
At 1h 13min - Beveling the holes increases flow. This effect is called the'Bernoulli Principle, it is a statement of relationship between flow speed and pressure in a fluid system.
Kar Walker
Kar Walker 4 ヶ月 前
Enjoying this! And your large pot workshop in Santa Cruz! Thanks! Be blessed and safe!
laZOETje
laZOETje 5 ヶ月 前
Love how he is a potter and drinks from a paper cup, and doesn’t care if teapots drip. Only a couple minutes in...
Random Stuff
Random Stuff 6 ヶ月 前
I was trying to study and watching study related videos... And see where i ended up.. believe me or not.. i watched this whole video full of interest even tho its sooo long.. and 12-15 mins study video seem boring to me😂
Jo Ong
Jo Ong 6 ヶ月 前
This is such a good video. I watch many pottery videos to learn but his lesson by far is the most packed with pointers and unique tips I haven't gotten from other teachers, and so well explained! Best teacher yet!
jackdrummer10
jackdrummer10 6 ヶ月 前
He’s an amazing artist but his eyebrows tho damn
Bee
Bee 8 ヶ月 前
What am I doing? I'm a 15 year old studying for prelims and watching this to procrastinate.
JaynieB
JaynieB 5 ヶ月 前
Random Stuff I’m sure everybody else would find that hilarious if the could only understand it.
Morgan Olfursson
Morgan Olfursson 9 ヶ月 前
Also we do not all have milk cartons in our fridge, as a vegan this is the very last thing, along with meat or fish and eggs, that you will ever find in mine.
Morgan Olfursson
Morgan Olfursson 3 ヶ月 前
@Andrew Carrizales No you don't. Glad you found me ?
Andrew Carrizales
Andrew Carrizales 3 ヶ月 前
And there it is, you don't have to go far to find the vegan.
Indigobasil
Indigobasil 9 ヶ月 前
Morgan Olfursson he seems like a lovely kind man. He seemed to be speaking about his experiences not invoking historical precedence.
Morgan Olfursson
Morgan Olfursson 9 ヶ月 前
I love how he passes all these tricks for the perfect teapots as something he almost came up with , but doesn't give any credit to the Chinese who invented the perfect shapes over 4000 years ago and still today produce the absolute best in term of teapots with the Japanese being at least as good as them, with just a couple of thousand years less history in terms of pots. This guy almost makes it look as if us westerners invented these shapes and the teapots themselves, when the Chinese were actually drinking tea from teapots in beautiful teacup while us westerners and especially Europeans were still basically swinging from trees eating bananas. Here is a real master potter for teapots from the country which invented them. A true master doesn't even need a wheel and can demonstrate how pots were made before its invention over 4000 years ago by EXTREMELY skilled and advanced people . jpvid.net/video/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-BZU_PNKIEgQ.html
Sierra Brown
Sierra Brown 9 ヶ月 前
this guys the bob ross of throwing
jann pratt
jann pratt 10 ヶ月 前
Excellent! I especially like the little tips along the way - how to shape the end of the spout, for example. I found the demonstration of lid styles very helpful.. Can't wait to get into the studio!
lee cox
lee cox 10 ヶ月 前
Now we're on close up, I wrote too soon!
lee cox
lee cox 10 ヶ月 前
He teaches really well. So glad I found this guy. Please have the camera close up on his hands and the clay for future videos so we can see better what he's doing. Many thanks, Lee Cox, UK
LambentLark
LambentLark 11 ヶ月 前
Great advise at minute 7:15 ish. That totally makes sense. If it goes wrong, cut your loses. Not everything I do needs to be perfect. If I don't like it, there is no sin or waste, just toss it in the recycle bin, learn from your failure and start again.no one will ever know.
Don ivers
Don ivers 11 ヶ月 前
Hello may I Please ask if you would think on a post here on tools how to make what there for new ones used on and home made one thanks
Don ivers
Don ivers 11 ヶ月 前
Hello I wish i lived by you i bug you all the time so i guess its a good thinkg I dont I love all you are showing us thank you so much Don in ca
Funeral Planner
This is a very helpful book.
MrsShocoTaco
MrsShocoTaco 年 前
You do beautiful work , ser
null object
null object 年 前
Thanks for sharing. I've never made pottery before, but I'd love to give it a try. It looks mesmerizing.
null object
null object 年 前
2:46 hahah the lady that said orange juice made me spit my drink out
Sly Caucasian
oange joose
Steve Marsden
Same container, mostly.
aartmark
aartmark 年 前
Another place to find those spounges in the automotive department with the car cleaning and polishing stuff.
Karen Johnson
I procrastinated for months on watching this video because of its length. Now that I have watched it I might even watch it again very soon. Excellent teaching and the humor came for free. I’ll watch more of your videos from now on. Thanks very much for the education on teapots.
W-List
W-List 年 前
wwwowww, verrry nice
Vitor Quattrocchi
Great video!
Catharina Sommer
really enjoyed watching this class! especially the tiny hints on how to treat, cut etc. clay. amazing!!!
Katy Stenger
Katy Stenger 年 前
Learned a lot Thanks George
ALFARERIA Y MANUALIDADES
Gran trabajo, muy buen vídeo
оськина валерия
Прикольно
Morgan Olfursson
I was watching this with a Chinese teapot master from Yixing, friend of my mother in law, , visiting me in Switzerland where he is giving a seminar and he had very interesting comments about this gentleman here . Your passion is infectious but it lacks precision . Chinese invented teapots and developed every details of the shapes and proportions over 4000 years , and nothing is left to chance . Your pots have a lot of charm but you should read some Chinese books related to teapots . Even the Japanese learned from Chinese masters , they didn't develop the shapes for their teapots randomly .
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
명인은 완벽한 작품 만들기위해 도자기 를 많이 깨죠 흠집난것은 자격이 없거든요 좋은 흙구하기도 어렵고 직접 반죽하는것도 인간이 숨결을 불어넣는 작업 이죠
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
다테일 완성하기 어렵죠 모래알 한알 이라도 튀어나오면 망하죠 섬세함도 요구되고 예민한 작업입니다
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
친절하게 설명 하시기도 쉽지 않겠군요 기운 빠지실텐데
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
구글에 교육용 동영상 을 볼수있어서 인상적입니다 도예 작품 전시회도 열으셨나요?
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
도예 강의 듣게 해주셔서 감사합니다 순수하신 분이시네요
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
무공해 유약을 칠하시겠죠?
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
토양이 오염되지 않으면 다행 좋은흙이 좋은 작품을 탄생하게되죠
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
도자기작업 어렵죠 부처 처럼 도를 이루는 경지가됩니다
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
한국대학 4년제 도예학과는 4년동안 반죽을 했다고 합니다 대학교 안나와도 재능이 뛰어나면 후계자로 정해서 가르치죠 어떤 성분의 흙을 사용하시죠? 무공해 흙도 비쌀텐데
김혜령
김혜령 年 前
수동물레로 사용 하셨으면 절정고수 소리 들었을텐데 아깝다
Neldidellavittoria
This is such a good class! The best video on making teapots I've ever watched. Thanks so much for sharing.
jadoon Khalid
Oh Man! Great work great personality!
Seacrate
Seacrate 年 前
1:13:39 George says there is only 5 holes but it is clearly 6 ? Are we not supposed to count all of the 3-2-1 holes ?
Jonathan George
Jonathan George 10 ヶ月 前
The aide had placed a marking hole in advance. He added 5 holes
Best Oddly Satisfying Slime
nicy 😍✋
Sylvie Glinister
If your wheel will let you i.e. not electric you can throw your spout in left to right then right to left, this will take the twist out and you will not have any drips.
jhogan9600
jhogan9600 2 年 前
What’s that thing sitting on top of his water bucket?
Dalion Heart
Dalion Heart 年 前
I think it's meant to prevent splashes when he dips his hand in, but I honestly have no clue.
indu rao
indu rao 2 年 前
that was wonderful.. thank you.
David Andersen
David Andersen 2 年 前
I wish this man was my teacher.
TheRakuman
TheRakuman 2 年 前
Great workshop! Excellent editing too. I love making teapots and tea bowls. This video is one I will download and keep for viewing multiple times. Thank you for uploading to JPvid!
Winona Bannon
Winona Bannon 2 年 前
I am so happy that I stumbled across this video! It is amazing how much new information that I learned! George, you are an amazing teacher! I enjoyed it so much! Thank you!
Margarita Moreno
hermoso!!!
Petka Anita Bielert
Thank you so much for this video. Its very interesting even when I´m no potter. The mystery tool from the New Zealand potter is a support spindel. You can spin very fine yarn with it, when you put it into a bowl.
Linda Ohalloran
Linda Ohalloran 3 年 前
you seem to like this clay for wheel throwing..mind sharing type of clay used in this demo?
Erin S.
Erin S. ヶ月 前
The only clay I can think of from Japan is kakiemon porcelain clay.
Wayne Gro
Wayne Gro 4 年 前
What kind of cloth is he using?
Zach Triola
Zach Triola 3 年 前
It's a chamois
RANGA RAO Balagam
Thank you for sharing your experience in this pottery works.
lilly waters
lilly waters 4 年 前
thank you
JohnGunn
JohnGunn 4 年 前
Thank you very much for sharing expirience!
beestone
beestone 5 年 前
Wow- this is a great video! Thanks for posting!!
Tari Huffaker
Tari Huffaker 6 年 前
Thanks, George!! I learned so much from this video. You are a wonderful teacher.
راعي الأوله
@Tari Huffaker Just checking on you dear
Tari Huffaker
Tari Huffaker 18 日 前
@راعي الأوله yep, why?
راعي الأوله
Tari are you still alive?
Carmen Orellana
Carmen Orellana 2 年 前
Tari Huffaker xx
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