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Art deco green on red clay

Art deco green on red clay

Mold-making for slip-casting: Two-part mold division via Brett Kern Ceramics.

nice little visual for mold making.Mold-making for slip-casting: Two-part mold division via Brett Kern Ceramics.

ceramics by laurie melia

ceramics by laurie melia

ceramic and textile design by Bianca Bardas and Alexandra Baciu

ceramic and textile design by Bianca Bardas and Alexandra Baciu

2x Smokey Merlot with band of Obsidian on buff stoneware fired to cone 6. By Amanda Joy Wells

purrple - mug - Smokey Merlot with band of Obsidian on buff stoneware fired to cone 6 - Amanda Joy Wells

How to marble ceramic: Use a base of shaving cream, add drops of ceramic paints, swirl, and dip item to create marbled effect. I've tried this, and it's kind of fun.

How to marble glaze: Use a base of shaving cream, add drops of ceramic paints, swirl, and dip item to create marbled effect

courtney mattison                                                                                                                                                                                 More

courtney mattison (The Jealous Curator)

Beautiful and sad all in one glance. This is a glazed stoneware and porcelain installation by American artist/ocean advocate Courtney Mattison, titled “Our Changing Seas III”. Here are her eloq

John Britt  |  Oil Spot and Hare’s Fur Glazes: Demystifying Classic Ceramic Glazes" (Ceramic Arts Daily).

Oil Spot and Hare's Fur Glazes: Demystifying Classic Ceramic Glazes

– Oil Spot and Hare’s Fur Glazes: Demystifying a Classic Ceramic Glaze Ceramic Arts Daily

Raku Pottery Glazes | Chris Hawkins makes handthrown raku fired studio pottery from his ...

Raku Pottery Glazes: Chris Hawkins makes handthrown raku fired studio pottery

2x Oatmeal over 2x Iron Lustre on speckled buff clay fired to cone 6. By Amanda…

Oatmeal over Iron Lustre on speckled buff clay fired to cone By Amanda Joy Wells

I use Pete's Forgiving White Slip and it's awesome. I haven't tried the others, but the "Frosting" Majolica sounds delicious.

Creating Subtle Layers with Sgraffito, Slip, and Multi-Toned Glazes

I use Pete's Forgiving White Slip and it's awesome. I haven't tried the others, but the "Frosting" Majolica sounds delicious.

Steve Irvine - how to apply gold leaf to pottery. Click and check out the finished pot - it's wonderful, fanciful, and very lovely.

Steve Irvine - how to apply gold leaf to pottery. Check out the entire site, including his working pin hole ceramic cameras!

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