Delicately Detailed ZIA Pottery
When I teach a Zentangle® class, creating a welcoming atmosphere is paramount. This is partly achieved by the surroundings - I make sure th...
Making Ceramic Tile | Working with Slab and Flat Forms | Lesson
How to make ceramic tiles successfully | Working with slab roller, cutting, shaping and avoiding warpage | Lesson, tips and tutorial
Lorena Haldeman on Instagram: “This week I'm working on restocking the one-pound butter dishes, so I thought I'd take you on a tour of those steps. Step One is (of…”
48 Likes, 3 Comments - Lorena Haldeman (@haldecraft) on Instagram: “This week I'm working on restocking the one-pound butter dishes, so I thought I'd take you on a…”
How to use 10 simple wooden tools for forming and finishing your pots!
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Pottery Video of the Week: Screen Printing Colored Slips Onto Newsprint to Make Monoprints on Pottery - Ceramic Arts Network
A while back we posted an article in which Jason Bige Burnett explained the monoprinting technique he uses in his work. When I heard he was
saturday screen printing
This morning I woke up in the wee hours and decided to finally just dive in and try out some screen printing. I received a Speedball Fabric ...
Throwing Molds on the Wheel — objective clay
"Making molds is an investment of time, material and space. Big blocks of plaster quickly pile up in every conceivable storage space a promise that a day in the studio is also a great upper-body workout. Because I use molds in nearly every pot I make, I am always looking for ways to make more efficient molds that utilize less plaster, take up less space and save my back."
Quilting with Clay | Hand Building Slab Hanging Art Project
Hand building Pottery lesson | Making a ceramic quilt wall art using texture and patterns stamped on clay puzzle | Quilting with clay
Boyan Moskov (Boyan Pottery) Ceramic Artist | Artful Home
After studying drawing, painting, sculpture, and ceramics in art school, Boyan Moskov felt that ceramics was the area in which he could express himself the best. He enjoys ceramics because it includes all the elements of fine art: sculpting, drawing, and painting.Boyan Moskov throws his work on the wheel and then manipulates by hand. He completes multiple firings to 1222 degrees Celsius to get the desired effect. He uses metal oxides to add more color variations and a golden glaze to accent…
In the Studio: A Pit Firing Color Palette - Ceramic Arts Network
Pit-fired and barrel-fired ceramics take advantage of absorbent bare clay surfaces for decorative effects. In addition to imprints from smoke, you
Ceramic Mold Making Techniques - Ceramic Arts Network
Learn to make ceramic molds, use bisque molds and plaster molds, plus get casting slip recipes in Ceramic Mold Making Techniques.