1. Manos, Pottery Studio


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    While the Magnolia is in full bloom, this is a step-by-step peek into the clay-tinted world of Karin Eriksson. Her beautiful pottery, deceitfully simple, is even more admirable when all the stages of the process come to light. We've captured the five day production cycle carefully – and still had to leave out parts. And, yes, we cheated. Karin prepared all the stages beforehand (which to us was even more impressive) to lead us through it in a single day. Karin’s inspiring workshop doubles as a retail space – a must stop if you're in town. Sanna & Oscar, the Homegrown Swedes

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    • Handmade Portraits: 99 Feelings


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      How do you visualize the human experience — courage, happiness, hope? Ceramicist Mitsy Sleurs (http://artmind.etsy.com) started with a Matryoshka doll and 99 emotions. Read the Etsy blog post: http://etsy.me/99feelings. Music: Jim Smith http://www.coilandmagnet.com

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      • To Come Home


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        Inspired by both his family and his home in Hawaii, ceramic artist Ryan Takaba creates work for his Mums and Water series. This documentary was produced in association with Southwest School of Art. Learn more about their BFA program at http://www.swschool.org. Learn more about the artist at http://RyanTakaba.com.

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        • Vanitas


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          charlottecornaton.com Juin 2009/// Terra est vanitas, casts, cracks, vanities and voids// Thèse Vanitas. Master Art graphique ESAG Penninghen, major mention excellente. Vanitas is a state of emptiness.Vanitas is a parallel between ceramics and graphic design through a triptych of contemporary vanities : body, knowledge, morality. A ceramic skull divided in 13 pictogrammes is the starting point of this thesis project. A stop motion video with ceramics confront new technology and tradition. Each pictogramm of the skull is "destroy" in order to show time flying. A book and the volumes are another part of the thesis project, which you can see on my website. Earth is memory, permanence, roots. Earth is matter, ephemera, transition. Earth is strehgth and fragility, belief and uncertainty. Earth is vanity. SCREENINGS Biennale d'Issy, Paris. 2011 Magmart CAM, Naples. 2011 Cooper Design Space, Los Angeles. 2009 Illustrative Award, Berlin. 2009 LYRICS luchini : The truth of this world, dear Élifore, is death. Life is a drunkenness, a lie. It is delicate and indispensable. sir alice : Psychophase. Nothing, being nothing, return to origins, not even being someone who does nothing. Be nothing. That is a noble ambition. I want to be everywhere I want to be everyone and I want to know everything. CREDITS Director - Charlotte Cornaton Performer - Charlotte Cornaton Music - Prefuse 73, Sir Alice Voice - Luchini

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          • Butterfly field


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            "Keramika" store TV commercial

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            • Southwest School of Art Success Stories


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              Our fifth short documentary film in a series for Southwest School of Art features artists Vincent Valdez, Diana Kersey and Alejandro Sifuentes as they discuss the important role the Southwest School of Art has played in their careers. Learn more at http://www.swschool.org.

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              • Portland Growler Company


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                A look behind the scenes of the Portland Growler Company. https://portlandgrowlercompany.com Music: "Anti-Saloon League Midnight Mystery" by Fields of Ohio

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                • Process: Sweet Peas with Kim Westad


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                  Like a phoenix from ashes, Kim concedes that if she can make something once — even if it fails — she can always make it better a second time. Read the full Etsy blog post: http://etsy.me/kimwestad

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                  • How was it made? A Puzzle Jug by Michelle Erickson


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                    In this video Michelle Erickson recreates an 18th-century puzzle jug from the V&As collection. Michelle Erickson was Ceramics Resident: World Class Maker at the V&A, July – September 2012

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                    • Lee Kang-hyo 'Onggi Master'


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                      Our documentary tells the story of one of the most respected Korean potters, Lee Kang-hyo and his search for a beautiful life, through his work with clay and the love of his family. Set against the backdrop of his South Korean studio, it gives an insight into the spiritual journey that plays a vital part in his artistic practice. Lee is world-famous for mastering the traditional Korean technique called Onggi - a technique that allows him to make enormous, often man-sized pots. Watch him constructing three of these giant Onggi pots over a five-day period, culminating in an exciting explosion of glaze and colour as Lee sets about decorating them in his inimitable fashion. His work is exhibited all over the world in major national museums such as the Victoria & Albert Museum, The British Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Art Institute of Chicago and the International Ceramic Museum in Italy. View and buy pots by Lee Kang-hyo on Goldmark's website: http://bit.ly/1EJtEwZ What is Goldmark Gallery? A family business, we've been selling art from the Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham, UK for over 40 years and hold over 50,000 items in stock. Explore a wide range of the very best art and ceramics available to you through our website (http://www.goldmarkart.com) where you'll also find scholarship pages, books, online catalogues and even GoldmarkTV! Enjoy your visit here: http://bit.ly/18ZF7Lv

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