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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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

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

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