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Ellen Shankin’s flattened bottle, stoneware, thrown, paddled and honed to form with a Surform, glazed with red satin matte and fake-ash glaze, oxide washes. Photo: Tim Barnwell.
Pottery Making Techniques
In Japan, the words “neriage,” “nerikomi,” and “zougan” are all used for specific colored clay processes and there is some … Read More
Slips and engobes are more or less the same thing, and some confusion exists over the use of the two … Read More
Though it might sound like a fancy coffee drink, mocha diffusion is a little-known technique of ceramic surface decoration developed … Read More
Sometimes I feel like I was born in the wrong era because I just love old things: antiques, weathered old … Read More
No matter how eager you might be to begin splashing on your newly concocted glazes, there are a few details … Read More