In an fascinating combination of visible and efficiency art, Russian ceramics specialist Mikhail Sadovnikov attracts a apparently limitless sequence of patterns with wet clay-based (also known as slip) on a spinning potter's wheel.
The process is very enchanting to watch in movement, as Sadovnikov uses just his hands and a few simple resources to convert the empty area of the wheel into many stunning, perfectly symmetrical designs.
With just a turn of the hand or a successfully pass of the palm, the specialist can change the patterns completely, changing sleek jewelry into zigzagging lines or the actual whirls. The stylish types are short-lived, undergoing through continuous metamorphoses and changes, but that short fleeting quality only makes each design more wonderful.
Mikhail Sadovnikov Potters Wheel Patterns
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