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Johan Creten’s Abstract Ceramic Sculptures Covered With Vulvas Tackle The Ambiguity Of Sexuality

News and Views - article - One To Watch Johan Creten

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts Daily archives, turns up lots of articles on various ways to print on clay. But... Read More »

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts Daily archives, turns up lots of articles on various ways to print on clay.... Read More »

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts

Bubblewrap Using the Transfer Method to Create Interesting Glaze Patterns on Pottery | Ceramic Arts Daily

Bubblewrap Using the Transfer Method to Create Interesting Glaze Patterns on Pottery Ceramic Arts Daily

a vegetable peeler helps make the faceted design on this vase

Studio Tour :: Kirkwood Clay Pottery

a vegetable peeler helps make the faceted design on this vase- Studio Tour of Kirkwood Clay Pottery. Based of our Greensboro, North Carolina

Fenella Elms - Edges - Very fine ribbons of mostly porcelain clay delicately aligned and joined with slip to create intricate structures -built onto an under-sheet of porcelain - fired together.

Not your average type of ceramic art! Fenella Elms - Edges - Very fine ribbons of mostly porcelain clay delicately aligned and joined with slip to create intricate structures -built onto an under-sheet of porcelain - fired together.

Painting the Four Gentlemen - An Introduction to Chinese Brush Painting | Features | Painters Online

Maggie Cross introduces Chinese brush painting techniques to paint The Four Gentlemen - plum blossom, bamboo, orchid and chrysanthemum.

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