I finally have accumulated enough bisque ware to fill a glaze kiln. But Im at a loss on how to treat the surfaces of these pots. I think this is the stage where you can really make or break (no pun intended) your ceramic piece.
I made this set while studying ceramics at CU-Boulder. I found this image recently and wanted to share. I think I should return to carving again since this is exactly what spur on my love for Surface Design and Textile … Continue reading
My first foray into tulip vase making. Thrown and assembled cone 6 porcelain with a celadon glaze.
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Clayworks on Columbia, the ceramic studio I have become a member of is soooooo close to one of my most favorite stores ever, Brooklyn General. Whenever I feel like I want a break from clay I meander over to Brooklyn … Continue reading
I have the pleasure to walk through the incredibly impressive Brooklyn Bridge Park on a daily basis. Yes, that is the Brooklyn Bridge in the background. This is the latest project it runs along the BQE. They have been using pile drivers to insert those tubes? Whatcha ma call ems? It will be interesting to see what they build. The hardscaping at the park is incredibly impressive. Look out for future posts on areas that have been completed.
Rolling out a coil…to make what?