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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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February 25, 2008

The bold, expressive line work and warm color palette of Rohrersville, Maryland, artist Hunt Prothro’s work are born out of visits to Paleolithic cave sites...
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February 22, 2008

Following Wednesday's newsletter, we received an inquiry on damp cabinets or damp boxes. This reader had never used a damp...
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February 18, 2008

Altering the circular form of a plate is an exciting means of expression for ceramic artists, but it can also present difficulties at the trimming stage. If the rim...
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February 15, 2008

In today's Tip of the Week, ceramic artist Sylvia Shirley explains a quick-change bat system she developed to make throwing mugs and small bowls in...
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February 13, 2008

Today, ceramic artist Elina Brandt Hansen explains the method she came up with for getting the bright color she wanted out of her stoneware clay. By dressing her work...
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