How to Make Cane Handles for Pottery
Barbara Banfield shares how to make cane handles for pottery. If you have ever thought about making cane handles, this post is what you need!
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As I have mentioned plenty of times, we have a great elementary art teacher group in our district. We have worked hard to share ideas and ...
How to Make a Coil Pot: Using Flat Coils to Construct Large Jars
Until several years ago, I hadn’t had much interest in learning how to make a coil pot. I preferred the speed of the potters wheel. But after seeing the ceramic coil building methods of artists like Gail Kendall and Kari Radasch, I became more and more intrigued by the the potential of coil pots.
Candice Methe: The Maturation of a Nomadic Potter
Candice Methe’s story as a ceramic artist exemplifies the satisfactions and struggles of working within the tradition of vessel making in an era where advancing technology reshapes our daily lives and a vast proliferation of diverse aesthetics inform artmaking. Her journey as a potter reveals a significant, yet relatively recent, transformation of her relationship with clay.
en esta ocasión revelamos los secretos de otra pieza, son platos de gran dimensión conformados sobre una horma de escayola ,trabajamos con gres chamotado y...
photos by Stacey Cramp I'm looking forward to springtime in my studio! My barn will start to lose all the beautiful winter light once the leaves start coming back on the trees that surround it. That's o.k. because the windows will be open and I'll be able to hear the birds singing again! These beautiful images were shot by the photographer Stacey Cramp. She did a wonderful post about elephant ceramics on her blog and also included some images on her website. I am kind of revisiting these…