You've tried making ceramic spoons, but somehow they look a little primitive. You might be wondering how to get them to look a little more refined. If this is the case then this video is for you!
Welcome to a detailed, start to finish pottery lesson on making ceramic spoons and scoops on the potters wheel. In this video I will demonstrate methods of throwing, cutting, altering and joining to create finished spoons and scoops. I will also talk about decorating and firing. Your end product will be useful, functional and decorative spoons and scoops that you will feel confident to sell, or to just give away as gifts.
Lucy Fagella is a full time potter and ceramic instructor living in Greenfield, MA. Lucy earned her B.F.A. degree from the New York State College of Art and Design at Alfred University 1985. She has been in numerous ceramic exhibits throughout the US, and her work can be found "in use" in many homes around the country.
I've been a potter since 1981 and began teaching ceramics in 1986. In 2000 I started my full time business as a potter, and haven't looked back! I truly enjoy what I do, and continue to learn every day in my studio as a potter and ceramic instructor. I love gardening, food, and cooking. To me there is no better way to bring this all together at the family table... of course, filled with good pottery!