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March 24, 2008

This week, we will take a look at how Carcia uses terra sigillata, vegetation, oxides and salts to make her vividly colored work.


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March 21, 2008

This Tip of the Week comes to us from Jim Wylder of Lake Oswego, Oregon. Jim got tired of the bat pin holes on his plaster bats chipping and...
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March 19, 2008

Ryan McKerley shares his technique for creating his unique relief surfaces. These pots are not carved in the traditional sense. The patterns are created by...
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March 17, 2008

Dutch artist Wim Borst adds coffee beans to his clay body to create organic textures in his ceramic sculptures. Try it for yourself and give you work a little...
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March 14, 2008

This week’s Tip of the Week from Jane Johnson Hoeltzel of St. Louis, Missouri, shows us a way to do just that. Work those abs!


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March 10, 2008

After reading Gail Nichols’ book Soda, Clay and Fire and her article in Ceramics Monthly by the same name, Mark Bollwinkel and his potter friends...
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March 7, 2008

This week's Tip of the Week comes to us from ceramic artist Sylvia Nagy of Brooklyn, New York. If you are tired of scraping and...
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March 3, 2008

When planning to make house numbers for my house, I found this simple, tried-and-tested technique for making flat tiles and thought I would share it with CeramicArtsDaily readers. It comes...
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February 29, 2008

This week’s Tip of the Week comes to us from James Rozzi of Stone Mountain, Georgia. Last week we saw a technique for trimming large platters with delicate rims....
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February 27, 2008

It's that time of year again. Here in the Midwest, these last few weeks of winter are brutal. Sometimes I find myself doubting that spring will ever arrive. So...
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