How to Make an Anemone from Bone China Clay - Clay flower tutorial
How to Make an Anemone from Bone China Clay from expert flower maker Carolyn Clayton. Clay flower tutorial using bone china clay.
Spin out on a whim
As 2014 starts to shut up shop, its time for some contemplation, possibly on a zoetrope pot, or maybe some reflection with some clay doodling. The above image is of Russian potter Mikhail Sadovnikov, doodling in the clay, to create captivating mandalas on the pottery wheel. Guaranteed to get the creative juices fired up, while maybe provoking a hypnotic trance from staring at the motion of the wheel. The prolonged focus and concentration is a meditation in itself. I’m sure for some, the act…
Monika on Instagram: “I år blev alla mina älskade malvor uppätna av mätarlarver. Bara gröna, kala pinnar var kvar. Jag tror inte de kan äta upp den här blomman i…”
78 Likes, 6 Comments - Monika (@ceramics.by.moma) on Instagram: “I år blev alla mina älskade malvor uppätna av mätarlarver. Bara gröna, kala pinnar var kvar. Jag…”
Tips and Tools: Foam Support - Ceramic Arts Network
One of the things that really excited me when I started to work with porcelain was how lightweight my pieces could become. The desire to roll ever-thinner slabs for my cups also came with some issues. I make highly decorated and embellished surfaces, which are stamped, carved, incised, slip trailed, and sprigged.
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Rustic serving bowls made from antique crocheted doilies impressions in the sides. Each one is handmade one at a time in Vermont, and no two are ever the same. Custom order amount and colors you want. #handmade #pottery #technique #ceramics #clayart
Hand Building Pottery Project Ideas for Teachers and Artists
Many clay ceramic art projects using techniques and clay construction methods: slab, coil, clay impression and texture, carving, sgraffito and sculpting
Free Guides Archive - Ceramic Arts Network
Free PDF download! When you put a ball of clay in your hands, you just want to start making something—it’s so natural it’s uncanny. And while equipment is used to make a lot of the pottery in the world, using just your hands or a simple paddle and rolling pin can produce awesome results! Discover... Read More »
But it's not perfect...or pretty...
I am currently really struggling with getting my students to understand that artwork doesn't always have to be pretty and perfect. It's ok for it to be organic and messy and have some character! I don't understand where this desire for perfection comes from. Is it just our district because these kids strive for perfection in everything they do? Or is it coming from their elementary art teachers? I just don't get it. So I ended up in a pickle this past weekend. Hurricane Sandy put a damper on…
GR Pottery Forms on Instagram: “Check out the fantastic rim on this platter #wip by @elleisolde! She has been experimenting with her new GR Pottery Forms, and the results…”
166 Likes, 1 Comments - GR Pottery Forms (@gr.pottery.forms) on Instagram: “Check out the fantastic rim on this platter #wip by @elleisolde! She has been experimenting with…”