Po-Wen Liu Shares the Secrets to his Beautiful Celadon Glaze
September 24, 2014
In today's post, Annie Chrietzberg explains a clever hanging system that potter Christine Boyd developed for her functional work so it could be hung on the wall when not...
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How to Create a Beautiful Lobed Rim on a Wheel Thrown Plate
September 19, 2014
How to Make Sophisticated Pottery Forms Using the Most Basic of Tools
September 17, 2014
In today's post, an excerpt from the "Technofile" department in Ceramics Monthly, Dave Finkelnburg discusses the many possibilities that are possible with the multifaceted little colorant...
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Dissecting a Found Form to Come Up With Patterns for Handbuilding
September 12, 2014
The Onggi Wheel: A Modern Approach to an Ancient Tool
September 10, 2014
Creative Commercial Glazing: Great Combinations for Interesting Effects
September 8, 2014
Some folks feel like using commercial glazes is cheating, but I say, hogwash! I have been using commercial glazes for the past couple of years because, with very limited...
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A Super Simple Analogy to Help You Understand Glaze Structure
September 5, 2014
Ceramic glazes consist of three main components: glass formers, fluxes, and refractories. If you can remember those, and familiarize yourself with the characteristics of the common ceramic raw materials,...
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