I love using stamps to add texture and interest to my work and I always enjoy searching antique shops for … Read More
Clay suspended in water, usually the consistency of thick cream.
One of my favorite things about ceramics is that there seem to be endless ways to decorate clay surfaces. In … Read More
If you’ve ever wanted to build a round ceramic sculpture, but working on the potter’s wheel is not your cup … Read More
There is something magical about the unpredictable surface effects that result from atmospheric firing techniques. Unfortunately, these types of kilns … Read More
I just love the sugary matt surfaces, color schemes, and subtle layers in Kristin Pavelka’s work. Kristin uses gorgeous red … Read More
Long a process of industry, salt firing has also been embraced by ceramic artists and potters because of the beautiful … Read More
Making thin lines on pottery is a challenge with a slip trailer, but there are a couple other options that … Read More