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Ceramics & Pottery

03-4013 85 min. $ 49.95 ©1993 1-883825-01-6
03-4029 74 min. $ 49.95 ©1994 1-883825-05-9
03-4028 72 min. $ 49.95 ©1994 1-883825-04-0
03-4011 80 min. $ 49.95 ©1993 1-883825-03-2
03-4012 53 min. $ 49.95 ©1993 1-883825-00-8

Glass: From the Sands of Time & Pottery: Vessels of Time
03-4256 $ 29.95 ©1998

Introduction to Wheel Throwing: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Dean Jensen, a professional artist with years of teaching experience, guides viewers through the basics of wheel throwing from selecting the clay and kneading the mud, to throwing a basic cylinder and forming mugs, plates and bowls. Three tape set.
03-4228 160 min. $ 69.95 ©1996

Maria! Indian Pottery of San Ildefonso
In this award-winning National Park Service program, noted Indian pottery maker Maria Martinez demonstrates the traditional Indian methods of pottery making. Beginning with the spreading of sacred corn, you will see gathering and mixing of clay, construction and decorating of pottery and building of the firing mound.
12-0162 27 min. $ 24.95 ©1983

Paul Soldner: Thrown and Altered Clay
Paul Soldner introduced American-style raku and changed the course of contemporary ceramics. This program traces the evolution of his work over forty years from functional thrown stoneware to his nonfunctional raku sculptural forms and cast bronze pieces. We see over 50 examples of Soldner's work including the pivotal pieces that set new directions. Interweaved through the retrospective are segments of the artist in his studio throwing and altering clay and then firing the piece revealing how he creates his monumental clay sculptures.
03-4176 37 min. $ 39.95 ©1993 1-56290-068-4

Potters of Mata Ortiz
This video visually documents the traditional methods used to create the beautiful, handmade pottery of Mata Ortiz, Mexico. It relates how Juan Quezda's revival of the prehistoric Casas Grandes ceramic tradition of northern Mexico has made Mata Ortiz a major pottery producing center of the Greater Southwest in less than two decades. Provides much ethnographic and historical material, shows ancient and contemporary pottery, village life and pottery process.
12-4083 47 min. $ 50 ©1994

Pottery Decorations: Traditional Techniques
Based on his book, "Pottery Decoration," Tom Shafer shows you how to use a variety of decorating techniques with demonstrations and examples from the work of many different potters. Includes: Incising and carving, using and making stamps, added decoration, slip trailing, sqraffito and inlay, wax resist, marbled and mosaic patterns and much more.
03-4014 74 min. $ 49.95 ©1993 1-883825-02-4

Raku Ceramics
Raku, as practiced in the West today, invites experimentation while retaining much of the philosophical content rooted in 16th century Japan. This program assumes some basic pottery skills. Subjects include: Raku clay, hand and slab construction, slip painting, wheel throwing, manipulated shapes, glazing, kiln firing, and the unique smoking process. Instructed by Jim Romberg.
03-8016 75 min. $ 39 ©1990 1-877910-24-4

Acclaimed author and respected consultant Noelle Nelson, Ph.D, has helped attorneys at the nation's top law firms win cases and maximize jury awards. Learn what it takes to prepare for that important litigation and to present yourself and your witness in a credible manner.
03-4185 28 min. $ 39.95 ©1990 1-56290-136-2
03-4189 30 min. $ 39.95 ©1990 1-56290-134-6
03-4187 27 min. $ 39.95 ©1990 1-56290-133-8
03-4186 25 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56290-135-4

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