Learning how different materials contribute to glazes is very important in expanding your abilities as a ceramic artist. And the … Read More
Application of liquid slip, engobe, glaze, or stain, using mechanized spray equipment. Gives smooth glaze coating, but with less glaze pooling in recesses. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
For the Birds: How Deborah Schwartzkopf Uses the Pottery Wheel Combined with Slabs and Molds to Create Her Avian Inspired Forms
Birds are a great starting place to study form. They’re full of life, vary greatly in shape, and have distinctive … Read More
In this latest installment of our Studio Visit department, Erin Furimsky shares her personal practice and
insight into her career as … Read More
The Twenty-Year Teapot: A Potter Discusses the Lengthy Process of Developing His Voice in Pottery, and Shares His Teapot Making Technique Too!
As ceramic artists and potters, one of the most important things to remember is that it takes time to develop … Read More
The flowing, drippy surfaces on Kari Radasch’s work are achieved by layering glazes with various melting points.
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Today’s feature comes to us from Ceramic Arts Daily subscriber C.A. Sanger of Waterville, Kansas. She was inspired to send … Read More