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Pottery Making Illustrated September/October 2015

Posted On August 17, 2015 0 Comments

Repeat Pattern Repeat by Molly Hatch

Resist Erosion Raku by Joe Clark
The Inspired Vessel by Sarah Dunstan

Strength by Design by Elisa Helland-Hansen

Keep It Hot, Hot, Hot by Rachel Donner

A Sauce Boat with Simple Seams by Deborah Schwartzkopf

Not the Sharpest Tool in the Box by Michael Sherrill

Printing and Embossing on Clay by Paul Andrew Wandless

In the Potter’s Kitchen: Shared Experiences by Nancy Zoller

Pottery Illustrated: Spout Mechanics by Robin Ouellette

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Pottery Making Illustrated July/August 2015

Posted On June 12, 2015 0 Comments

An Introduction to Color by Birdie Boone

Carving the Sealed Earth by Karen Newgard

Wall to Wall Decoration by Colleen McCall

Étude Géométrique by Andrea Marquis

A Honey of a Pot by Sumi von Dassow

Skilled Centering by Joyce Michaud

Upcycling Glaze Waste by Deanna Ranlett

Colored Clay Naked Raku by Kate and Will Jacobson

In the Potter’s Kitchen: Inviting Use by Joseph Pintz

Pottery Illustrated: Aboriginal Mark Making by Robin Ouellette

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Pottery Making Illustrated May/June 2015

Posted On April 22, 2015 0 Comments

Form Follows Construction by Shana Angela Salaff

Staying in Shape by Jim Wylder

Blended Influences by Paul Linhares

Tempting Transparency by Sasha Wardell

Compose and Contain: Flower Rafts by Mark Johnson

InFormed Pinching by Lilly Zuckerman

In the Studio: Center Justified by Simon Levin

In the Studio: Nobashigote Throwing Ribs by Naomi Tsukamoto

In the Potter’s Kitchen: Taco Night by Mark Cole

Pottery Illustrated: Vintage Fiesta Ware by Robin Ouellette

 

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Pottery Making Illustrated March/April 2015

Posted On February 17, 2015 0 Comments

A Well Wrapped Surface by David M. Self
Sculpting with Flair by Jo Taylor
Texture Play by Sarah Pike
Sewn and Stitched by Josie Jurczenia
Potluck, Party, and Picnic Perfect by Sumi von Dassow
Carving Out Your Own Niche by Glenn Woods
Studio Housekeeping by Deanna Ranlett
Glitter Flashing by John W. Conrad
Packing for Success by Charlie Cummings
In the Potter’s Kitchen: Personal Crocks by Caleb Zouhary
Pottery Illustrated: Talavera Patterns by Robin Ouellette

 

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Pottery Making Illustrated January/February 2015

Posted On December 18, 2014 0 Comments

Erin Furimsky’s highly decorated surfaces

Michelle Swafford’s platters layered with textured sprigs 

Yoshi Fujii’s carved goblets

Kyla Toomey’s plaid-patterned plates

Plus,

Darting for dramatic shapes in thrown forms

Vinyl-cut stencils for glaze inlay effects

Traditional Japanese shippiki cut-off tools

Perfect fitting lids for oval jars

Creative ideas for handle shapes

Pourover coffee sets

 

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Pottery Making Illustrated November/December 2014: Commercial Glazes Over Texture

Posted On November 17, 2014 0 Comments
  In the Studio | Glazing     In the November/December issue, Deanna Ranlett resumes her testing of commercial glazes. In this installment she is testing a range of colors and glaze varieties over a specifically designed text tile. Each tile was formed with water etching, stamping, sprigging, carving, and sgraffito sections to see how each… Read More »
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Pottery Making Illustrated November/December 2014: Kimegote Ribs

Posted On November 17, 2014 0 Comments
  In the Studio | Tools     Starting with the November/December issue, Naomi Tsukamoto introduces us to common Japanese ceramic tools. The first in the series shows us a range of wheel-thowing ribs, called kimegote, specifically designed to create open cup and bowl forms. In addition to learning about the ribs, Tsukamoto also shows us how to… Read More »
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Pottery Making Illustrated November/December 2014: Paul Andrew Wandless

Posted On November 17, 2014 0 Comments
  Positives & Negatives     In the November/December issue, Paul Andrew Wandless returns to Pottery Making Illustrated to guide you through the unique process of transforming your own drawings or person photographs into photocopy film negatives. This technique is easily done with a photocopy, a sponge, and some mineral spirits. With your film negative in… Read More »
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Pottery Making Illustrated November/December 2014: John W. Conrad

Posted On November 17, 2014 0 Comments
  Process | A Multi-Striped Approach     In the November/December issue, John Conrad guides you through a step-by-step process of making a striped plate with colored clays. Mixing colored clays is a painless process with a big reward. Learn John’s quick method for altering your own clay body and forming functional ware with colored patterns.  … Read More »
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Pottery Making Illustrated November/December 2014: Sarah Jaeger

Posted On November 17, 2014 0 Comments
  Process | Sarah Jaeger’s Soft Geometry     In the November/December issue, Emily Donahoe dives into Sarah Jaeger’s elegantly designed ceramic baker. Jaeger demonstrates her fluid throwing process for making the dish in just three wheel-thrown and altered parts. Donahoe finishes her article with a step-by-step discussion of Jaeger’s glazing and slip-trailing decorating techniques.        … Read More »