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October 22, 2008

In a previous feature, Diana Pittis shared the innovations she made to her raku firing technique to make firing her fish sculptures as efficient and...
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October 17, 2008

Have you ever set out to make something ugly on purpose? It can be pretty liberating. It's a great way to remove restrictions and experiment—and you may just end...
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October 15, 2008

On Monday, we presented a couple of ways that you can expand your glaze palette without purchasing new materials or experimenting with new glaze recipes. If you missed that...
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October 13, 2008

f you’d like a bigger selection of glaze colors, but don’t have the time or money it takes to mix and test new ones, don’t fret. Working with what...
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October 10, 2008

Last week, Mark Peters made a bisque stamp and used it in making a cup on the wheel. IN this week's video, he shows us...
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October 6, 2008

With so much incredible ceramic art being created today, it becomes difficult to know where to look for new up-and-coming ceramic...
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October 3, 2008

A lot of times, it's easy to forget about the surface of a pot until it comes time to glaze it. By then, of course, your options are somewhat...
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October 1, 2008

Looking for and recognizing the qualities in pots that make them timeless, instructive and perhaps even priceless.


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September 29, 2008

I think we've all heard it said that the simplest solution is the best. And while I always make it a rule to never deal in absolutes, today's tip...
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September 29, 2008

Even though I don't spend as much time in the studio as I think I should, it's easy to have my brain stuck there, thinking about what...
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