i like this ceramcs piece because you can imagine how hard it was to create it with all of the circles.  I wonder if she let the bottom circles harden so that the top ones wouldnt flatten the structure

i like this ceramics piece because you can imagine how hard it was to create it with all of the circles. I wonder if she let the bottom circles harden so that the top ones wouldnt flatten the structure

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ceramic group workshops include a range of home & garden items, Easter & Christmas themed workshops. Book your place today!

Pinch Pot Turtles | February | 2012 | Mr.Tayse-Art-Teacher

I don't know if this counts as a pinch pot but I really like the swirls on it and how the swirls create the whole bowl

Clay! art-lessons

Coil Pots - Clay Handbuilding Lessons this would be a fun project, probably good for older kids.

Ceramic coil bowl

An eye-catching addition to your console or desktop, this ceramic bowl showcases an openwork silhouette with scalloped trim. Product: BowlConstruction Material: CeramicColor: Blue-grayFeatures: Openwork silhouetteScalloped trimDimensions: H x Diameter

Graham Hay | Modified Southern Ice Paperclay Porcelain | Kanthal iron-chromium-aluminium wire

Title: Ten by Ten Series Title: Parental Style Series II Artist: Graham Hay Date: 2010 Technique: hand built Temperature: 1300 Centigrade Glazing / Surface Treatment: sealed Material: Modified Southern Ice Paperclay Porcelain

Coil Pots - Teresa Brooks Pottery

Coil Pots - Teresa Brooks Pottery I like the idea of layers of earth Maybe older Greek/roman bottom hell middle earth higher heaven

Whistling Fish Pottery, Ivory colored Coil Vase. $400.00 USD. Only 1 available Handmade item. Materials: white stoneware clay, cream colored terra sigillata, cream glaze, iron oxide stain

Ivory colored Coil Vase, Exposed Coil Vessel, Decorative Ceramic Handbuilt Vessel, Coiled Stoneware Pottery, Open Neck Cream Vase

Ceramic ● Kazonuri Hamana ● (Pacific coast, Chiba Japan) Per Sarah at Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival.

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