I’m Back! + The Pottery Yurt

Hi everyone!

I’m back!

I haven’t posted in so long because this year has been very busy, but I really want to start posting here again. I have so many photos I can’t wait to share!

Today I’ll be showing you a co-op art studio near me. ย They have a yurt pottery wheel studio, which can be very crowded at times!

Today I will be taking you through the complex process of pottery wheel!

The pot is thrown on the wheel.

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Then the pots are fired for the first time.


Off to the glaze yurt.

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Next, the pots are dipped in buckets of specially made glaze.


The glaze dries on the pots on the holding shelf.

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The pots are fired at over 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit in the kilns.


After cleaning the pottery yurt for the next artists, the process is finished.

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While it seems like it should be a quick and easy process, making a single pot can take months of hard work.

Which photo is your favorite? Have you tried a pottery wheel?

Thanks for reading!



7 thoughts on “I’m Back! + The Pottery Yurt”

  1. I love all of the pictures, but the first one is my favorite! Although the picture of inside the yurt is really interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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