Clay suspended in water, usually the consistency of thick cream.
A few years ago, my husband, a musician and sound artist, bought a super nice digital SLR camera. He intended … Read More
If you ever use slip trailing to decorate your ceramic art, chances are, you have had the frustrating experience of … Read More
The flowing, drippy surfaces on Kari Radasch’s work are achieved by layering glazes with various melting points.
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When I think of terra sigillata, I think of the soft, satin surfaces of low-fired earthenware, like Greek red and … Read More
There is a reason that making tiles and installing them are separate professions. There are entirely different skills and tools … Read More
Using Slip Casting, Handbuilding, Press Molding and Throwing Techniques to Create Complex Sculptures
Ceramic artist Valerie Zimany shares her process for combining cast, thrown and handbuilt parts.
When One Technique Just Won’t Do
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