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Terracotta Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Paola Grizi titled: 'the dream'

Terracotta Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Paola Grizi titled: 'the dream'

Les 2 Potiers, France, ca. 1950–60; large cachepot with original rope, decorated with water-green and blue slips

Les 2 Potiers, France, ca. 1950–60; large cachepot with original rope, decorated with water-green and blue slips

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Jacqueline Schapiro

Jacqueline Schapiro

Chris Campbell. Colored Porcelain Magic. The Balloon Project. The balloon shape and color flow reminded me of the ocean. One can wrap clay around a balloon and as long as you have left some breathing room at the neck, the clay can shrink around it with no stress or cracks. After the clay has set up I can make a tiny hole in the neck of the balloon, and it slowly deflates leaving everything in great condition. Since I work paper thin, this is a huge plus.

Chris Campbell. Colored Porcelain Magic. The Balloon Project. The balloon shape and color flow reminded me of the ocean. One can wrap clay around a balloon and as long as you have left some breathing room at the neck, the clay can shrink around it with no stress or cracks. After the clay has set up I can make a tiny hole in the neck of the balloon, and it slowly deflates leaving everything in great condition. Since I work paper thin, this is a huge plus.

Uso alternativo del tornio?.

Uso alternativo del tornio?.

Ceramic bowl by Jasmina Ajzenkol

Ceramic bowl by Jasmina Ajzenkol

Jasmina Ajzenkol = All pieces are hand built using stoneware body.  I like contrast between rough and smooth, glazed and textured clay surfaces.  I combine the contrasting techniques of layering, distressing the surface of pots by scratching and carving into clay, and burnishing to create a three-dimensional texture using a series of different levels and depths encouraging the eye to move in, rather than bounce away.  These are enhanced by the subsequent use of oxides and glazes.

Jasmina Ajzenkol = All pieces are hand built using stoneware body. I like contrast between rough and smooth, glazed and textured clay surfaces. I combine the contrasting techniques of layering, distressing the surface of pots by scratching and carving into clay, and burnishing to create a three-dimensional texture using a series of different levels and depths encouraging the eye to move in, rather than bounce away. These are enhanced by the subsequent use of oxides and glazes.

Jasmina Ajzenkol

Jasmina Ajzenkol