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Posted 20 May 2013Pete Pinnell posted this lovely bowl on his facebook page. All I can say is WOW!
Best guess is that it is a result of controlled clear glaze dripping into holes of pre-made pattern. Let's just say you would have to master both your glaze knowledge and your porcelain work to reach the exact point where it drips into the holes with no visible drip lines beyond the holes and not onto the shelves.
Posted 10 May 2013Claymakers Gallery is pleased to present a five-person show, “Handbuilt,” which features the work of Chris Campbell, Cathy Kiffney, Amy Sanders, Caroly Van Duyn, and Evelyn Ward.
People's first tools are their hands, and hand building as a clay-working technique is companion to human history. Hand-coiled, pinched, molded, and rolled clay resulted in bricks, vessels, and sculptures long before the development of the potter's wheel. The five North Carolina artists highlighted in "Handbuilt" skillfully employ these timeless techniques in a present-day mode.
An opening reception will be Friday, May 17th from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm.
I will be at the reception and hope to meet any locals who can attend.
705 Foster Street Durham, NC 27701
(919) 530-8355 :: email@example.com
Posted 8 May 2013This workshop will teach you how to color your clay, how to blend secondary colors, how to fade colors and how to create patterned canes using my adaptation of the Skinner Blend. I will demonstrate and discuss various ways of using these patterns in your work to increase its appeal. Workshops are suitable for all levels of clay experience. We will have one bisque firing.
Feel free to email me with any technical questions : firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about prices, lodging etc contact : Amy Strapec : Amy.Strapec@hfca.com
Posted 7 May 2013Just saw this on facebook and have to share in case Mea doesn't soon ....
what a fabulous studio transformation ... GOOD FOR YOU & your work!!!
Posted 24 Apr 2013Question for the teachers out there .... Can creativity be taught?
I believe you can teach someone to use / trust their creative instincts.
But can someone who is not creative be taught to be?
Or, are we all creative and just need permission to let go?
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