On the Cover: Stoneware Bottle by Angelo C. Garzio
Stoneware bottle won one of the three equal awards in the ceramics category of the Sixth Annual Miami National Ceramics Exhibition. Made from a local stoneware clay, the pot has a red iron stain finger-painted over a white matt glaze. It was fired to cone 13 in a reducing atmosphere. The piece is 8 inches tall and 8 inches in diameter.
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In this issue:
Pic of the Month
Glazes to Enhance Textures by Oppi Untracht
Enameling: Still Life by Nelly Allan
Stoneware: Induced Crawling for Decorative Effect by F. Carlton Ball
Carved Wood Blocks to Decorate Pottery by Betse Lewis
Show Time: The 6th Miami National
Underglaze: Dramatize Design with Sgraffito demonstrated by Marc Bellaire
Teacher’s Pet: Organizing 300 Pupils a Week by Joseph Taylor
Answers to Questions
Using Toy Balloons Instead of Molds by Reinhold P. Marxhausen
Enameler’s Column by Kathe Berl
Overglaze: How to Use Lustres (Part 6) by Zena Holst