Agateware pottery features swirling marbleized colors and was probably first developed to imitate the qualities of agate, a semiprecious stone … Read More
Wares featuring swirling marbleized colors, resulting either from surface slip effects or marbleized colored clays.
Colored clay techniques such as agateware are a super fun way to play with pattern on pots. Typically with the … Read More
You Say Neriage, I Say Nerikomi…No Matter What You Call it, Mixing Colored Clays Makes for Gorgeous Pottery Surfaces
Using two clays of contrasting color to throw or handbuild pottery can lead to some very beautiful surfaces. Colored clays … Read More
The flowing, drippy surfaces on Kari Radasch’s work are achieved by layering glazes with various melting points.
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Mark Gordon used a specialty mortar to attach bone-dry pieces together to form this sculpture.
One of the challenges of working … Read More