Throwing a pot on Potters wheel step by step tutorial – Lakeside Pottery in Stamford, CT

For more pottery tips: lakesidepottery.com Learn how to make / throw a pot on the potters wheel. The clay used is Standard baldwin 192 stoneware. The instructor is Patty Storms from Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School and Studio in Stamford, CT Lakeside Pottery is a ceramic art and craft educational resource for the community focusing on clay art. We seek to inspire creativity, foster self-discovery, and nurture an appreciation to learn about art through our pottery programs, special events and access to our studio, clay center and gallery. IN OUR FACILITY …. Learn the art of pottery through our ceramic art classes, using the potters wheel and ceramic sculpting, in a professional, spacious and well lit studio centrally located in Stamford, CT. Instruction activities for children, adults and seniors include group classes (beginners and advanced), private lessons, after school art for kids programs and summer camp. Open Studio time can be purchased for independent work. Teachers professional development, corporate team building workshops, custom programs, birthday party events for children or adults and gift certificates are also offered. Our gallery include diverse handmade pottery work made by our instructors. We service all of Southern CT, Fairfield, Westchester and Rockland County and Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Greenwich, Westport, Cos Cob, Norwalk, Fairfield and Pound Ridge, NY Lakeside Pottery 543 Newfield Avenue Stamford, CT 06905 203-323-2222 www.lakesidepottery.com

Portrait in Classical Oil Painting Technique by Alexei Antonov

artpapa.com . Multiple Layers Painting Step by Step Portrait Exercise. A special teaching system which I have developed specifically to enable the student to learn and remember the main technical principles of the Flemish painting traditions in a very short time. Students will practice paintng on step-by-step template with 6 windows reflecting the stages of classical multilayer technique, from imprimatura to the final brush strokes. In the windows showing the previous stages (layers), students will imitate the exact color and shade mixture of the next layer, following the example of the template, without waiting for the paint to dry.