‘Art and fun’ classes profitable for local artist- entrepreneurs. ‘Art and fun’ classes profitable for local artist- entrepreneurs Denise Mendez (center) conducts a glass making class in Hollywood. (Jim Rassol, Sun Sentinel ) June 10, 2012|By Marcia Heroux Pounds, Sun Sentinel The once-struggling artist has found a new way to make a living: “art and fun” […]
IMG_4343, originally uploaded by miyCeramics Studio. This was done by one of our member Alexis. She created the back ground by full fusing layers of glass together. and then tack fussed the city and park on top.
We will now fire every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. This slight modification to the firing schedule is being made to better accommodate our members and the demands of the studio. To be clear, both high-fire and low-fire kilns will be unloaded and reloaded on these days each week, as needed. Thank you.
We recently increased our stock of bisqueware! More pottery, figurines, and decorative shapes are available than ever before. Come in, choose a piece, and apply color. Add decorative stamps and even lettering to your work to customize it further. Truly make it your own. We fire it for you and call you when it’s ready. It’s that […]
Our revamped throwing tutorials have been reprinted and placed over the wedging tables. There’s no excuse now… Get in here and throw!
A great introductory clay project is the humble piggy bank. We see a lot of really cute ones coming through the studio. These three are awaiting their first firing.
This tutorial comes from Lori Watts a potter in Augusta Main. I ran into her pottery blog while researching fine mess pottery blog. You can go directly to the post here: http://finemessblog.blogspot.com/2008/04/photo-tutorial-thrown-oval-butter-dish.html Photo Tutorial: Thrown Oval Butter Dish I start with a pound and a half of clay, and throw a thick plate, about 6 […]
This Tutorial was written by Lori Watts from Fine Mess Pottery. Gotta love the name. “Its another fine mess you got me in”. Isn’t that the story of clay! You can check out her blog post here: http://finemessblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/for-people-who-dont-like-to-center.html SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2012 “For People Who Don’t Like to Center” My Students Are Awesome, Alumni Edition:A […]
This is Round 2 of the deep slump firing. We are trying to take out the kinks in our kiln and our deep slump program. The following program settings for our deep slump firing for our skutt kiln where the results of the images to the […]
Recently we started attempting to slump deep pieces. We have learned the following thru the effort. 1. If you go too hot, the weight of the walls sliding down the surface will cause big huge burstable air pockets. 2. Elevate the ceramic slump mold so that the air trapped underneath fused glass can escape out, […]