This unfired pot by Edith Heath was one of the results she obtained while experimenting with wheel-created textures. More of her results are described in Oppi Untracht’s article on page 18.
The prize sculpture is 10 inches tall and 11 inches long. The donkey is gray with a blue star on its head and orange-pink inside its ears, mouth and nostrils. Children are dressed in white. Also in this issue a new CM Series—Teaching Techniques.
Thrown tea set, by James Crumrine of New York, has a light matt green glaze with an overspray of manganese.
In this issue Christmas sculpture, the Creche, making a hanging planter, make your own pottery tools and much more. Cover art by Robert L. Creager.
In this issue making a nativity set, tree ornaments, flowers for jewelry and much more. Cover art by Robert L. Creager.
Marc Bellaire provides a troubadour motif for decorating pottery. Cover art by Robert L. Creager.
This issue includes Special Projects for students, teachers and hobbyists. Cover art by Robert L. Creager.
Basic hand-building and decorating techniques combined with a little imagination produce distinctive and functional articles. Article by Verdelle Gray begins on page 18. Cover art by Robert L. Creager.
Oppi Untracht shares Penny Shaemers glaze intaglio technique. Cover art by Robert L. Creager.