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.
    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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    “Nocturne” in E Flat Major, Op.9, No.2 by Frederic Chopin
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  • Em Liz
    Em Liz Hour ago

    An artist you most definitely are! Beautiful, incredible results wow

  • Em Liz
    Em Liz 2 hours ago

    Incredible

  • Ananomouse
    Ananomouse 23 hours ago

    What about he other pot? We didn't see that one be finished.

  • Areanna Iovene
    Areanna Iovene Day ago

    This is the most calming thing ever.

  • Jeff DIxon
    Jeff DIxon Day ago

    Making my girl a potters wheel never knew much about this world but just watching this video lit a spark Thanks.

  • Suki Viala
    Suki Viala Day ago

    Bob Ross of Pottery. Love it!

  • Amy Degabriele
    Amy Degabriele Day ago

    This video made me subscribe. I have become ever so interested in pottery yet I am not given the privilege to do it 24/7. Ever so peaceful to watch

  • Carina Schembri
    Carina Schembri 2 days ago

    wow//CarinaSchembri/Sweden

  • HylianCrown
    HylianCrown 2 days ago

    All i can think about is the seven wonders

  • gynoval
    gynoval 2 days ago

    It feels like magic✨✨✨✨✨

  • Michael LaMore
    Michael LaMore 3 days ago

    Anyone else see the face above the top horse at 27:03?

  • x x
    x x 3 days ago

    I really like your content, your voice is so relaxing! Your like the bob ross of pottery! This is the first video I've seen of yours and I'm already hooked! I am an artist too, (i do traditional and digital drawings)

  • cloud day
    cloud day 3 days ago

    Clay clay clay YAYYYY. As kid liked to add water on the base of plants and take the wet earth to fill the holes of the street.
    Beautiful video. Delicate job with clay and very creative.🐾 🐨💞

  • Park Jimin
    Park Jimin 3 days ago

    He’s like the pottery version of bob ross

  • Ace Anon
    Ace Anon 3 days ago

    29:33 The credits tell us all the music in this video was performed by Simon Pothier!! Probably Ronald Pothier's father we hear him talk about. That's really cool.

  • V I Q M U N
    V I Q M U N 3 days ago

    His Canadian accent and the dog in the background is just... I don't know, it's the absolute best

  • V I Q M U N
    V I Q M U N 3 days ago

    Watching this video is curing my anxiety real fast, wow

  • Craitex
    Craitex 3 days ago

    close your eyes at 0:15

  • Gray Estate
    Gray Estate 3 days ago

    Love your work!

  • AVanArum
    AVanArum 3 days ago

    Had to click on this video... At first glance, the thumbnail looked like a wet hairless cat shoved in the pot.

  • Gloria Garcia
    Gloria Garcia 4 days ago

    Que bonito

  • Zeption
    Zeption 4 days ago

    These squelching sounds are just not for headphone users.

  • manuc
    manuc 4 days ago

    Amazing.

  • The lonely cat
    The lonely cat 4 days ago +2

    This is so relaxing, i almost fell asleep to it.😌

  • Neurotic Biplane
    Neurotic Biplane 4 days ago

    You're like the bob ross of clay!

  • Tom Fu
    Tom Fu 4 days ago

    I like this Hairy Potter movies.

  • Joyful Snake
    Joyful Snake 4 days ago

    This makes me excited for my next semester. I'm taking my second year of ceramics, and I absolutely adored making pottery! I've never tried making a tea pot, but I love making mugs, vases, and bowls. Very nice video!

  • Pierson Wagner
    Pierson Wagner 5 days ago

    Bob Ross v2

  • Lixdy
    Lixdy 5 days ago +1

    Bob Ross but pottery

  • Sof M-v
    Sof M-v 6 days ago +1

    his lisp is so calming to me..

    • Lixdy
      Lixdy 5 days ago

      Sof M-v no shit yeah

  • AYO FELIX I GOT YA RAMEN zebras

    This is so cool! Keep doing what your doing because it really is a joy to watch!

  • amichebid
    amichebid 6 days ago

    Why is this on my recommended and why did I enjoy it

  • Omnivella
    Omnivella 6 days ago

    No idea how I ended up here, but this was nice to watch. Reminds me of the Bob Ross of pottery!

  • Dianos Elle
    Dianos Elle 6 days ago

    queen of making pots

  • Amelia Wilson
    Amelia Wilson 6 days ago

    It’s insane how he can make multiple identical parts of a teapot without having something off

  • Weebito
    Weebito 6 days ago

    A master at work!

  • MangaIsMyLife
    MangaIsMyLife 7 days ago

    Canadiens REPRESENT!

  • Lucy Thomas
    Lucy Thomas 7 days ago

    The Bob Ross of clay

  • dharmesh bhaliya
    dharmesh bhaliya 7 days ago

    Nice

  • Halfdan Andersen
    Halfdan Andersen 7 days ago

    i like how i fell over my first pottery video ever whilst i was drinking tea

  • Halfdan Andersen
    Halfdan Andersen 7 days ago

    looks like a slinky 7:13 kinda!
    again 8:08 at the bottom.

  • Insane Asylum Potato
    Insane Asylum Potato 8 days ago +2

    Does anybody know what song is being played around the 7/8 minutes mark. It is so beautiful

  • Fiona jarvis
    Fiona jarvis 8 days ago

    The Bob Ross of clay. I’m in awe of how soothing this is

  • evolutionofj J
    evolutionofj J 8 days ago

    You should hold retreats. . I'd come! Make pottery, meditate.. whatever else.. hike, chill, then go home. Seems like an amazing place you have there, and what you do is awesome!

  • HANGINGWANG
    HANGINGWANG 9 days ago

    A pleasure to watch. It seems most presenters are trying to be loud and abrasive, over pronouncing words and generally overacting.

  • Baby_Dinosaur
    Baby_Dinosaur 9 days ago

    Ugh I LOVE to watch trimming. When the clay is just hard enough to make those little spirals, it’s so satisfying and relaxing.

  • Kyleen Drake
    Kyleen Drake 10 days ago

    You've a pot on the shelf I would be interested in buying. I like the size and shape. Did not get a look at the size of the mouth opening.

  • Boyko Blagoev
    Boyko Blagoev 10 days ago

    Great job !!!

  • Susanna D
    Susanna D 10 days ago

    So awesome I’ve always wanted to do pottery great stuff lucky guy!

  • Kenneth Nañawa
    Kenneth Nañawa 10 days ago

    Damn this was sooooo relaxing.

  • Ashton Michael
    Ashton Michael 11 days ago

    Your voice is great. I love the subtle lisp, it adds a bit of character. It matches your style and personality well. Your voice overall is very pleasant and comforting in a way.

  • KimberlyGarofano
    KimberlyGarofano 11 days ago

    Thats REALLY REALLY good nice work keep it up

  • visualvexation
    visualvexation 11 days ago

    you have a really soothing voice, it feels like watching a bob ross painting video or maybe listening to mr rogers talk

  • AwesomeMaddy 1
    AwesomeMaddy 1 11 days ago

    this was honestly a joy to watch. it gave me bob ross vibes and i love it.

  • kaniya xo
    kaniya xo 11 days ago

    the absolute most relaxing video I have ever watched.

  • Czar Pogi
    Czar Pogi 12 days ago

    You are very inspiring! Truely you're amazing. Thanks for sharing this video.

  • xn7d7o3aj0 28x
    xn7d7o3aj0 28x 12 days ago

    Artiste niveau 1000, sociologue et philosophe à la fois, cultivé en plus, vous devriez être plus connu, j'ai beaucoup aimé vos réflexions! :o merci pour la traduction j'sais maintenant ce que veut vraiment dire "tournassage" :p pas beaucoup de Québécois dans les commentaires faut croire, mais tant mieux, on dirait que vous fascinez au-delà des frontières! :)

  • Lauriti
    Lauriti 12 days ago

    how ironic is it that his last name is Pothier!? This was lovely, thank you

  • K T
    K T 12 days ago

    Ronald you're awesome definitely the bob Ross of pottery

  • rowena muller
    rowena muller 12 days ago

    A real joy to watch, thank you.

  • tataxyz123
    tataxyz123 13 days ago

    :)

  • Andrea C
    Andrea C 13 days ago

    i watched this entire video from start to finish.....
    i didnt even realize it untill it just ended. youre so talented. just beautiful work.
    i love pottery. i took a class for a while. my teachers name was Ms Bole.
    no joke.
    i loved your video.

  • ThePalatineHill
    ThePalatineHill 13 days ago

    stuff like this is what yt was made for, hell if not the internet

  • Jack Flash
    Jack Flash 13 days ago

    28:58 Drop stopping seems not to work :(

  • Penelope Padmore
    Penelope Padmore 13 days ago

    The finished pots were breathtakingly beautiful.

  • violetvelet
    violetvelet 14 days ago

    The doggo at 18:18

  • Susan Palmer
    Susan Palmer 14 days ago

    "They probably got it from the Japanese or the Chinese"

  • C M
    C M 14 days ago

    I stayed up until 5am to finish this video! I loved it 😊

  • kidtacularKIDS
    kidtacularKIDS 14 days ago

    I'm stoned AF and this is everything right now

  • 4y
    4y 14 days ago

    I love him.

  • devangana mandal
    devangana mandal 14 days ago

    I definitely did enjoy it. Needed something to calm my nerves. Your video did the perfect job. Thanks.

  • Deepak Bala
    Deepak Bala 14 days ago

    😍nyc

  • Straw Berri
    Straw Berri 15 days ago

    This guy reminds me of bob Ross and that makes me incredibly happy. It’s been a while since I had motivation on making something haha!

  • Kathryn Hansen
    Kathryn Hansen 15 days ago

    thank you. I use stoneware and I make teapots. This was fun to watch.

  • Jessica L
    Jessica L 15 days ago

    I feel a very strong resemblance to Robin Williams.

  • Soie LuvsMonstaX&B.A.P&2NE1&LittleMix

    this is so pure, creative, peaceful & inspiring, I feel so calm by it all

  • sskyle227
    sskyle227 16 days ago

    Hi Ronald, I just wanted to mention something about the shape of the clay particles. When I learned my trade as a potter, clay particles were described to me as plate like particles, contrary to your oblong description. I found your statement to be very interesting. The theory behind the plate-like particle description was as if someone took a deck of playing cards and got them wet. The water creates a bond between the cards and sticks them together but they're still lubricated enough to be shifted around but remain bonded. God I miss my trade! Cheers brother

  • JM Kupihea
    JM Kupihea 17 days ago

    He sounds like Fred Rogers

  • LeGrand LeBoss
    LeGrand LeBoss 17 days ago

    WOW

  • aartmark
    aartmark 17 days ago

    If you over fire do you have to throw the all the pots out or do you let it cool down slower or what?
    Thanks for the great video.

  • Julie Mortimer
    Julie Mortimer 17 days ago

    How long did it take you to be so proficient ?

  • Raymond Nissan
    Raymond Nissan 18 days ago

    Do you think this technique could be used to make a lamp?

  • Maggie Blyth
    Maggie Blyth 18 days ago

    what a wonderful video. I do not make pottery but i found this so relaxing to watch and your finished products were beautiful. Thank you for sharing this

  • -찬열Boaz
    -찬열Boaz 18 days ago +12

    *ASMR left the chat*

  • Angelica Ordonez
    Angelica Ordonez 18 days ago

    I watching your pottery make You great 👍🏼.

  • Donald Kelly
    Donald Kelly 18 days ago

    Excellent video, thank you for sharing your knowedge.

  • EmmaLynn _C
    EmmaLynn _C 18 days ago

    Anyone else feel like picking up a new hobby now?

  • Darryl Jackson
    Darryl Jackson 19 days ago

    Nice work. I thought the dog was a rat at 15:11

  • intlwtrs
    intlwtrs 19 days ago

    p o t r o s s

  • Ziyana538 CraZK
    Ziyana538 CraZK 19 days ago

    I watch this before I go to SLEEP. It helps me RELAX...

  • Random Workshop
    Random Workshop 19 days ago

    How do you KNOW the lids will fit? Do you have some kind of a system for this that we aren't seeing? I know I know experience...but I would think it's kind of "impossible" to get it right on the money every time without some kind of reference. Thank you!

  • William IV Borges
    William IV Borges 20 days ago +2

    I would have to say this is like watching a performing artist. Bravo!

  • yolol
    yolol 20 days ago

    i love this craftmanship, bravo. great!

  • Abi Nor-Mac
    Abi Nor-Mac 20 days ago

    So if clay is made from Aluminium then it isn’t safe to use for food and beverages. And why do you say aluminium wrong, you are not in America?

  • Vicky Dill
    Vicky Dill 20 days ago

    Oh my god I need one of your pieces! I did a summer class of ceramics and I am in love with it now.

  • Skylar Hernek
    Skylar Hernek 20 days ago

    Wow you are amazing at this!

  • Naeb Amil
    Naeb Amil 20 days ago

    I love this video, very relaxing.
    you can tell this guy has made a lot of clay penises on that wheel though.

  • jolly bean
    jolly bean 21 day ago

    Very relaxing to watch. The music and his voice are very calming.

  • Iliana Vanity
    Iliana Vanity 21 day ago

    This is so wholesome

  • King Tony
    King Tony 22 days ago

    It's an art