As much as we learn about the art of pottery, the more we realize we can learn. We bring the experts together for masterclasses on ceramics techniques.
Kiln wash is a barrier to prevent unexpected glaze runs or drips from ruining your pottery kiln shelves, and your work. You brush it directly onto your shelves; it looks similar to a glaze when being applied.
To help you get your new pottery wheel set up as soon as possible, we’ve put together a quick video showing tips on how to get started with two of our top-selling potter's wheels.
Whether you are looking to save money by making your own glaze at home, or simply want to create a unique glaze, making your own pottery glaze has many benefits!
Nerikomi—also known as neriage—was first created in Japan, and it involves stacking and cutting colored pieces of clay to form different patterns.
Ready to use your new kiln? Here you'll find our library of videos to help you get up and running!
Whether you want to take your budding pottery skills to the next level or give it a shot for the first time, a pottery wheel is a great addition to any home studio.
Have you ever wanted to know the science behind was is happening with your pottery? Do you know why crazing happens? How comfortable are you with the properties of thermal expansion? In this series, Tyler Didier, our clay chemistry experts, outlines the details.
Join SPS's Tyler Didier as he takes us through the steps to throwing a donut vase. This is a technique that requires intermediate throwing skills, but if you can throw a teapot you'll be fine!