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Skinny black and white modern vessel
I very much enjoy making my on-going series of these fun little decorative vessels. They are playful, graphic and contemporary. They have enough visual impact to brighten up any space even without flowers. If you intend to use these decorative vessels for cut flowers, I recommend utilizing a plastic or glass insert to avoid any “sweating” on your furniture. Clay, fired at low temperature range, will remain somewhat porous even after a full coat of glaze. The listing is for the third vessel…
Ceramics have been present in our lives for a long time now, in useful and decorative items alike, all delicate and sublime in their simplicity. It is a rare beauty to be able to create art with your bare hands and the art of molding ceramics is quite exquisite. Ceramics is a material that can […]
Artists & Makers - Bevere Gallery
Eric Moss - Bevere Gallery, Worcester - Bevere Gallery is a major centre for modern and contemporary studio ceramics and pottery - along with quality paintings and original prints, glass artworks, woodwork, metalwork and jewellery by well known British and International Artists - Framing, Café and Summer Sculpture Trail.
Stoneware clay with black inlay lines and glazes on white terra sigillata. Line glazed and fully functional to hold water. Fired to 2230F. 12" tall, 6" wide This is a unique piece and only one is available. For a description of the making process go here. Ships in 2-3 business days.
Jim Webb (Studio 233) Furniture Artist | Artful Home
Jim Webb began studying with acclaimed ceramist Toshiko Takaezu while an undergraduate at Princeton University. After graduating, he traveled extensively before returning to the US to study economics at Columbia University. It was while studying at Columbia that Webb rediscovered his love of ceramics. At Toshiko's urging, he moved to Lambertville, New Jersey, and became a member of the now-defunct Clay Co-op. In 1978, he opened his own studio, which is today Studio 233.Webb's interest in…
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Pit Firing Using a Good Old-Fashioned Charcoal Grill - Ceramic Arts Network
Pit firing without the pit! Sumi Von Dassow explains how she adapted the pit firing process to work in a Weber Grill! Oh, the possibilities!