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Revisiting the History of the Potter’s Wheel in the Southern Levant | Roux Valentine - Academia.edu

Revisiting the History of the Potter’s Wheel in the Southern Levant | Roux Valentine - Academia.edu

kintsugi - mending broken pottery with golden jointery; How can we use this practice when living with chronic illness?

kintsugi - mending broken pottery with golden jointery; How can we use this practice when living with chronic illness?

Pottery Types Characteristic Of The Various Archaeological Periods for when you just want a new shape in your ceramics practice.

Pottery Types Characteristic Of The Various Archaeological Periods for when you just want a new shape in your ceramics practice.

Kintsugi: "It is a practice in Japan where they mend cracked or broken ceramics with gold, rendering the piece even more beautiful than it started out. The idea behind it is not to hide the ugliness and brokenness but instead to use gold to make it shine; to illuminate and expose the damage. And at the end of the process the piece is even more beautiful having been broken."

Kintsugi: "It is a practice in Japan where they mend cracked or broken ceramics with gold, rendering the piece even more beautiful than it started out. The idea behind it is not to hide the ugliness and brokenness but instead to use gold to make it shine; to illuminate and expose the damage. And at the end of the process the piece is even more beautiful having been broken."

Photo of closeup view of a cordmarked pot in the process of construction...lots of info on this technique and history of the process

Photo of closeup view of a cordmarked pot in the process of construction...lots of info on this technique and history of the process

Soap Bubble Glazing. Pour one color in a plastic container. Add water to thin the color to a milk-like consistency. Add 1 drop of liquid dish soap and mix. Use a drinking straw to blow air to create bubbles. Lower the outside of your bisque onto the bubbles. The bubbles will pop right on the ware, creating delicate bubble-shaped circles of color. Repeat as many times as you need to get the pattern coverage you want.

Soap Bubble Glazing. Pour one color in a plastic container. Add water to thin the color to a milk-like consistency. Add 1 drop of liquid dish soap and mix. Use a drinking straw to blow air to create bubbles. Lower the outside of your bisque onto the bubbles. The bubbles will pop right on the ware, creating delicate bubble-shaped circles of color. Repeat as many times as you need to get the pattern coverage you want.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4b7RMw0rfLYjkRy-zfZuq3z6JaKQvPpg=view_all  Ceramics - A Fragile History.  Three-part series looking at the history of pottery in Britain. (2012)  Episode 1 : The Story of Clay.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4b7RMw0rfLYjkRy-zfZuq3z6JaKQvPpg=view_all Ceramics - A Fragile History. Three-part series looking at the history of pottery in Britain. (2012) Episode 1 : The Story of Clay.

Decorating a Bronze Age pot - Blog about historical pottery

Decorating a Bronze Age pot - Blog about historical pottery

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