We are happy to announce that we just publish our first Book about Pottery Art.
This is a book about pottery throwing, pottery history and about the way someone will start the journey of the potter's wheel.
If you Love Pottery Art or you are a new Potter this book is for you!!!! An essential Pottery Book with Special Images for new enthusiastic potters or amateurs Potters and people who want to learn about the Pottery Art. Pottery for Beginners is a Pottery Book writen by George Sifounios from Sifoutvpottery.com who got immersed in the world of pottery before he turned 25 years.What you need to start making ceramics on the potter's wheel, the equipment you will need like the potter's wheel , the Electric kiln , what type of tools you will need for pottery making and how to have your first firing etc. On this book you can have the first meet with Ancient Greek Pottery History and The Pottery Art. How to start your life as a Pottery Artist, What you have to expect when you will start pottery lessons on professional potters.
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You can find how to throw your first pottery pot on the wheel, the diferent types of pottery clay , and also a small introduction on the amazing world of Raku Pottery.One of the most passionate Potters from Leros Island Greece is George Sifounios who got immersed in the world of pottery before he turned 25 years. It was love at first sight as it happens with most arts. Plenty of work, effort and passion are still being poured in his projects day by day. A man of art but a man of family, as well, he managed to inspire and attract in his love for pottery his friends and family, collaborating every so often with his children in various projects. He is married with Maria and has two children, Eftymios (Who is also a Potter) and Alexandra. George Sifounios is a Potter of many techniques, as he never stops growing and developing in this art even after so many years of practicing pottery. He focuses on international pottery techniques and he is keen on spreading the love for pottery and teaching others interesting techniques. From molding up pottery to painting on the finite product, George loves each bit of hard work and this can be seen on the pottery items he creates.