Charles Belgarde Jr. Ceramics

A short documentary about the work of Charles Belgarde Jr., a ceramic artist from Ruby’s Gallery in San Francisco. The film takes place at a show in the city’s Golden Gate Park which showcases all of the artists at Ruby’s Gallery. Produced with Cubase and imovie software with footage from a digital camera. Video: Sean Chapin

10 Replies to “Charles Belgarde Jr. Ceramics”

  1. Your right it doesn’t have to cost alot. For all the aspiring potters out there, it’s just a matter of being patient, and watching local adds for someone to sell their old wheel and kiln. Find and meet other local potters maybe they know of some equipment someone is trying to sell. Or if you or someone you know is handy look for plans online and build your own stuff!

    Have fun!!

  2. It doesn’t have to cost alot of money. When you start pissing around like this it costs alot of money. But history shows a hole in the ground can be a kiln! Subsidized…bah! ‘I luuuuurve your yellow glaze!’ 😐

  3. HEllooooooo, I was just checking out your video. Very nicely done. I was thinking of doing my own video, except that I don’t have a video camera and I am currently a post graduate student taking classes at the JCC in San Francisco and attending open studio doing ceramics. – Anne

  4. Wuhu, I didn’t know I was supposed to have a lot of money to be trying this alone again. Ya got a nice start there buddy, keep going. Maybe we’ll see ya ’round up Nort, eh?

  5. This was a really well-filmed video! Thank you so much for taking your time over the pices, so the eye could feast on them. How about making another movie from his workshop?

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