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May 19, 2008

At some point or another many potters are faced with a conundrum: their creativity goes unchecked and they artfully fashion a beautiful and delicate rim on a pot that...
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May 16, 2008

In this video, Andrew Sanders of Dixon, New Mexico, demonstrates pulling handles directly on the pot--a very handy skill indeed! This technique results in a more organic relationship between...
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May 14, 2008

After high firing in a gas kiln for 25 years, Wickford, Rhode Island, potter Harry Spring was forced by circumstances to switch to electric. This was quite an adjustment,...
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May 9, 2008

It is an exciting day at Ceramic Arts Daily because we are rolling out the latest addition to our repertoire: video tips and techniques! Our first video comes all...
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May 7, 2008

So readers, after Monday’s feature From Flat to Round: Screen Printing Glaze Patterns onto Pottery, are you ready to try using foam to silk screen...
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April 30, 2008

There is no shortage of great clay events in the month of May. If you are looking for something special to do for that special...
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April 28, 2008

Today, we bring you the work of Margaret Bohls who stretches the limits of porcelain to explore the ideas of expansion and restraint. Margaret’s vessels have the appearance of...
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April 25, 2008

In the May 2007 issue of ,
John Britt contributed an essay to the Comment column, which suggests
simple...
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April 21, 2008

Before I became the editor of Ceramic Arts Daily, I was associate editor of Ceramics Monthly magazine. The May issue of the magazine was...
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April 16, 2008

Stencils can be a very effective means of applying repetitive surface decoration to ceramic surfaces, especially for the drawing impaired (like me). Ivoryton, Connecticut, ceramic artist Hayne Bayless takes...
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