I’ve mentioned time and time again on this blog how much I love drawn, brushed, scratched, painted, etc. imagery on ceramic surfaces, but how I am still trying to master these various skills in my own work. I admire those artists who do it so well that it looks like a piece of cake. Cathi… Read More »
Ceramic Glazing Techniques
Get the details on a wide variety of ceramic glazing techniques. Experts share their tips and techniques as well as favorite ceramic glaze recipes, from low-fire to high-fire and everything in between. And don't forget to download your free copy of Four Great Ceramic Glazing Techniques: How to Formulate Successful Crystalline Glazes, Add Depth Through Slip Trailing and Color Washes, and Glaze in the Majolica (Maiolica) Style, a perfect resource for potters and ceramic artists who are ready to experiment with custom glazes, or for those who have grown tired of their own tried and true glazes.
The flowing, drippy surfaces on Kari Radasch’s work are achieved by layering glazes with various melting points. Greetings Ceramic Arts Daily readers! Well, I blinked and the next thing I knew it was time to shift my daytime focus from playing peek-a-boo and changing diapers to sending newsletters and updating web pages. Yes,… Read More »
Have you ever mixed or purchased a glaze, put it on a piece that you had been saving for that super-successful-surface-treatment that was going to take your work to that next level, break through that barrier you had been struggling against, make you rich and famous? Well, I have. I was living the good life… Read More »
Today’s tip comes to us from ceramic artist Jeannean Hibbitts at Spider Hole Pottery in Astoria, Oregon. I thought Jeannean’s solution for glaze bucket storage was pretty nifty. Not only does it make glazing easier on the back (less bending over the glaze bucket), but it can keep your glazing room or area neat… Read More »