Making a Stoneware Teapot | Throwing, Glazing & Firing | Où se trouve: Le Potier Pothier

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  • Published on Jun 18, 2016
  • How teapots are made on a throwing wheel. Pottery made from Stoneware clay - get a teapot on ETSY: www.etsy.com/shop/ThePotterPothier
    Ronald Pothier is a potter from Quebec. Watch as he transforms a hunk of clay into a finished teapot.
    Ronald Pothier is a potter having started all the way back in 1973 at only the age 13! Today, he works out of his studio in Hemmingford, Quebec where he produces beautiful ceramic pieces of art. Bowls, plates, cups, vases, teapots and more, they are strong and practical for everyday use in your kitchen.
    Watch as Ronald throws two different teapot designs with such confidence and ease. He makes it look easy but throwing clay on a wheel is quite the workout while also requiring a fine level of finesse. Later on, Ronald explains how he fires, decorates and glazes his pottery and then we see the final result of all the hard work. It's a multistage process that takes several weeks to complete and decades of experience to perfect.
    Ronald is a fantastic teacher and holds classes on Saturdays. Whether you're a beginner or experienced in throwing, you are welcome to sign up. Visit Ronald's website for more information. If you're ever passing through Hemmingford and want to stop by, you can see his opening hours on his Facebook page.
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    Address: 146, Route 202 West Hemmingford, Quebec, Canada
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    “Nocturne” in E Flat Major, Op.9, No.2 by Frederic Chopin
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  • Grim Kalman
    Grim Kalman Day ago

    what a beautiful teapot!

  • Minyae Mckenzie
    Minyae Mckenzie Day ago

    bob ross of pottery

  • janice sheppard
    janice sheppard 2 days ago

    Hi. Sir. You are good job cement very nice you are make it. I want lamp cat. With tree. My favorite cat and tree. Thank you janice

  • Çosmic*Əxorsist 4
    Çosmic*Əxorsist 4 2 days ago

    *Canadian Bob Ross?*

  • A Bishop
    A Bishop 2 days ago

    thoroughly enjoying your taste fella!

  • Salma Galal
    Salma Galal 3 days ago

    Beautiful

  • Pupper
    Pupper 3 days ago

    speut

  • Jelena R
    Jelena R 3 days ago +1

    30%: I'm not even interested in pottery
    70%: He'S LikE a BOb ROsS foR PoTTeRy

  • Christal Beukes
    Christal Beukes 4 days ago

    Wooooow

  • RICKDOGG SLC
    RICKDOGG SLC 4 days ago

    Reminds me of Bob Ross and Mr. Rogers

  • Misashi Tao
    Misashi Tao 5 days ago

    This warmed my heart . ♥️

  • Karin A
    Karin A 5 days ago

    I took a class that did this same exact thing in college that shit was hard ......I dropped out

  • Rachel Walkup
    Rachel Walkup 5 days ago

    your voice is so relaxing

  • Rachel Walkup
    Rachel Walkup 5 days ago

    i just watched that w h o l e video...... t h i r t y minutes.... i don't regret anything

  • mcdonald 1234
    mcdonald 1234 6 days ago

    sounds like ass eating

  • Lainey Distroe
    Lainey Distroe 7 days ago

    I've never been interested in pottery until this video, I think I'll probably learn more about this stuff now.

  • lou bennett
    lou bennett 7 days ago

    im convinced pottery artists are magical

  • Featuring Nancy
    Featuring Nancy 7 days ago +5

    Man I took ceramics in high school and I miss it so much!!

  • Jsgmasta Joust
    Jsgmasta Joust 8 days ago

    I like the fact your dog just was quietly sitting in the back ground

  • Leprosy
    Leprosy 8 days ago

    Im not sure how i got here but i thoroughly enjoyed it
    Also, plot twist: He hates tea.

  • Apathetic Alligator
    Apathetic Alligator 8 days ago

    You didn’t wear gloves and it bothers me

  • April showers
    April showers 8 days ago

    This is so calming to watch

  • pineapple
    pineapple 8 days ago

    I liked the video but the sounds of him scraping the clay off his hands deeply disturbed me 8/10

  • Steven Gagnon
    Steven Gagnon 8 days ago

    18:17 is that a dog or a bob cat?!?

  • Kanna - chan
    Kanna - chan 8 days ago

    Lovely and calm, perfect video

  • Ohraider
    Ohraider 9 days ago

    I'd honestly buy a mug that's $20 if it comes from this guy, their amazing and so unique

  • KRONOS 408
    KRONOS 408 9 days ago

    Why does he sound like the teacher from beavis and butthead

  • abhishek chakraborty
    abhishek chakraborty 10 days ago

    Can you make a tea pot that sounds sweet when its struk after filling with tea?

  • Dunc M
    Dunc M 10 days ago

    From Vancouver Island: Fascinating process and very fine work. Are you affiliated with any galleries in Victoria or Vancouver? Thank you for sharing. The next time we are in the townships, we will try to visit your studio.

  • aFeverishFiend
    aFeverishFiend 10 days ago

    So THIS was how Mrs. Potts from Beauty and the Beast was born. AWESOME!

  • Luis Sant'Ana
    Luis Sant'Ana 10 days ago

    AMAZING WORK. and thanks for the sharing the information

  • beep beep delete
    beep beep delete 10 days ago

    Great job! But be careful, you could get lynks disease if you don’t wash your hands before and after using your clay

  • Sybille Stahl
    Sybille Stahl 11 days ago

    He opens his kiln when it is cool enough to handle the pottery with bare hands. I can never manage that.

  • cactus
    cactus 11 days ago

    Your like the Bob Ross of pottery haha

  • Emily Perry
    Emily Perry 11 days ago

    This is so wholesome!

  • Hesitant Alien
    Hesitant Alien 11 days ago

    BOB ROSS MEETS CLAY

  • Paulina Gómez
    Paulina Gómez 11 days ago

    Wow I love him

  • Kate Battye
    Kate Battye 11 days ago

    It's 03:05 BST and I should be in bed. I've just finished watching this. I'll go now.

  • Maria Ebling
    Maria Ebling 12 days ago

    I need to come back here on my sleepless nights. So relaxing and soothing.
    What a lovely soul this man is.

  • Commander Starstrider
    Commander Starstrider 12 days ago

    Did anyone else play Unchained Melody by the Righteous brothers while watching this?

  • null object
    null object 12 days ago

    What a beautiful studio. Lovely. Thanks for sharing.

  • corrina bell
    corrina bell 12 days ago

    Absolutely stunning! Your voice is so soothing as well, glad I found your video.

  • Daniel Kintigh
    Daniel Kintigh 12 days ago

    Today I learned, I need to find me a woman who is good at pottery

  • Irvin Kubat
    Irvin Kubat 12 days ago +1

    I watch this before playing lol .. this is anti tilt material :D

  • sandisile mazwi
    sandisile mazwi 13 days ago +2

    i coiuld listen to this all day.

  • Daniel Jordan
    Daniel Jordan 13 days ago +1

    I’m so high and loving this vid, thank you for the little stories as well. This is lit.

  • henry q
    henry q 13 days ago

    I always love how people like this guy make a big deal about what they're doing and why they're doing it and explain everything and a bunch of other things that have nothing to do with it and a guy in a third world country does it without the tools and it comes out perfect the thing I wonder is why didn't this guy go to a third world country and learn the traditional way from hundreds of years he is good but I think he would be better

  • Ortega Sara
    Ortega Sara 13 days ago

    What happened to the water???

  • CXL Otp
    CXL Otp 13 days ago +1

    I'm a high school student who has school tomorrow and it's 10:30 at night. IDK why I clicked this video but I enjoyed it anyway.

    • Luísa
      Luísa 13 days ago

      Go to school!!

  • mj
    mj 13 days ago

    Great video.
    Not the « oldest man made paintings » though - evidence points to women doing them. Just say humanmade, in doubt, for god’s sake.

  • Infires61
    Infires61 14 days ago

    I think my favorite part is when he’s carving the partially dried ones to create the feet and such. I love the little snakes of clay that form!

  • Wopdagoacv
    Wopdagoacv 14 days ago +2

    I recently discovered you Mr. Pothier, and I have to say your voice and confidence drops my blood pressure significantly. 😁 You have an amazing talent, and clearly love what you do. Thanks for letting us into your world. Anthony- Youngstown, Ohio

  • Harleen Parmar
    Harleen Parmar 14 days ago

    my fellow canadian 🇨🇦

  • Greyson Alley
    Greyson Alley 14 days ago +1

    This is the most wholesome thing I have ever experienced

  • Lorenzo Losi
    Lorenzo Losi 14 days ago

    18:25 what the fuck?

  • Morel Hunter
    Morel Hunter 14 days ago

    I kept waiting for him to say "Let's put a happy little spout right over here." Great video! Such true skill.

  • #MIaSMa#
    #MIaSMa# 14 days ago +1

    unintentional asmr :)

  • Khien Rhaven
    Khien Rhaven 14 days ago

    This is relaxing 😌

  • Homeless_Watermelon
    Homeless_Watermelon 14 days ago

    This man is the Bob ross of pottery

  • YOUTUBE ISDUMB
    YOUTUBE ISDUMB 14 days ago

    2:39 euuuuu

  • Rebecca cook
    Rebecca cook 14 days ago

    A puppy walks in at 18:23

  • Philip Polkovnikov
    Philip Polkovnikov 15 days ago

    > There is a kind of collectors that won't buy your work if it's not signed properly.
    I laughed a bit for the absurdity of this situation.

  • AequitasSaints
    AequitasSaints 15 days ago

    I haven't thrown since high school. I want to get a wheel and dive back in. However I don't know how to fire my work if I don't have a kiln. The kiln is the hard part. Any ideas or suggestions?

  • Faunwand
    Faunwand 15 days ago +53

    I've never been to a therapy session before. This video could be the first. My soul is as soft as a marshmallow now.

  • WeesaWee 17
    WeesaWee 17 15 days ago +2

    You are THE master of making handles good sir!! Making handles for mugs and pitchers during my summer semester of college in ceramics class was very challenging for me to create. We used the same method to make them!^~^ It was very heartwarming to watch your video and relate to making pottery once upon a time.🤧💞I miss it!!

  • yo mamq
    yo mamq 15 days ago

    Ok that looks soooooo smooth and nice I just wanna touch it and form it and all I've always like playing with clay

  • RENAD
    RENAD 15 days ago

    I wanna buy it right now

  • Makayla Featherston
    Makayla Featherston 15 days ago

    At school I’m in a pottery class, I know our final project at the end of the year is a teapot, I don’t think I’ll be able to do as well as THIS but this certainly gives me some reassurance. I really do need to work on my plate though but it’s very difficult😂

  • Standard Electric Tattooing

    this sounds like asmr

  • My Cat's Breath Smells Like Cat Food

    Artists always amaze me. I do not have the patience to learn to be skilled like this - but watching someone else create things out of nothing always amazes me. This makes me want to find someone who makes this sort of stuff around me to support them and have their stuff in my cupboard. It's beautiful.

  • SheAnatural B.
    SheAnatural B. 15 days ago +1

    Clicked by accident, couldn't stop watching!

  • lezamac6
    lezamac6 16 days ago

    ok now i know why the product cost a lot of money, its hard to make one

  • Brielle Ayres
    Brielle Ayres 16 days ago +8

    I was expecting a lot of 'Ghost' references

  • Haru Koyama
    Haru Koyama 16 days ago

    Use too much water.

  • Tina
    Tina 16 days ago

    5:19 when he slams the clay down tho

  • Leo Lu
    Leo Lu 17 days ago

    beautiful editing as well, the music accented your work perfectly

  • Duncan Urquhart
    Duncan Urquhart 17 days ago

    huh, i've never thought to use slip instead of water when throwing. makes so much more sense though, will definitely have to try it out ASAP

  • cobra198
    cobra198 17 days ago +1

    Love working with clay and love watching people work with clay! It’s been too long I need to get back at it

  • Miracle Mira
    Miracle Mira 17 days ago

    doggo!

  • Riya Kovil
    Riya Kovil 18 days ago +1

    You are the bob Ross of pottery

  • ID Craft
    ID Craft 18 days ago

    Awesome work

  • captain carcinogenic pie

    Lol the dog

  • NPizzaWeCrust Games
    NPizzaWeCrust Games 19 days ago +2

    This is how I go to sleep every night. Reminds me of bob Ross.

  • Tash Jansson
    Tash Jansson 19 days ago

    delightful! thanks!!

  • Tim Yarrow
    Tim Yarrow 20 days ago +7

    I loved this. Absolutely love it from start to finish: the tone, the music, the art. The intersection of Feng Shui meets Zen in the clay studio. Meditative.
    The Quebecois have a beautiful orientation with life similar to the best of French traditions..

  • Ninjanova
    Ninjanova 20 days ago +20

    If listening to this video made my anxiety calm down, imagine taking one week course with him, not only gain knowledge on pottery but gain all the peace you can contain in your body.

  • Nag
    Nag 20 days ago

    Excellent work of art.

  • Leonard C.
    Leonard C. 21 day ago

    incredible.

  • Michelle Sanchez
    Michelle Sanchez 21 day ago

    Ronald at 13:42: “Discover your inner artist”
    James Charles : “unleash your inner artist”

  • Michelle Sanchez
    Michelle Sanchez 21 day ago

    Ronald at 13:42: “Discover your inner artist”
    James Charles : “unleash your inner artist”

  • Syed Sunain
    Syed Sunain 21 day ago

    This is so amazing sir...🙂

  • Kaity
    Kaity 21 day ago +1

    Watching this was a very calming and informative experience. I'm excited to start pottery soon :)

  • Julie Coulson
    Julie Coulson 21 day ago

    Beautiful!!!

  • Lillian S.
    Lillian S. 22 days ago

    This is so calming I love it

  • Akira Maruyamam
    Akira Maruyamam 22 days ago

    7:27 what song is that playing in the video?

  • Harmoni Wilson
    Harmoni Wilson 22 days ago

    He kinda looks like Robin Williams 😅😅

  • Toxin Ollie
    Toxin Ollie 22 days ago +11

    This is really interesting but the messiness is really bothering me 😂 I can't stand all that clay just caked onto your hands. But I'll leave a like since the video is really amazing

  • Surinder Kumar Kumar
    Surinder Kumar Kumar 22 days ago

    Nice work

  • fourp4nts
    fourp4nts 24 days ago

    Clay on his hands sounds like lotion

  • Justin Coyko
    Justin Coyko 24 days ago

    I want some chocolate ice cream now.