IMG_3993, a photo by miyceramics on Flickr. Here fishy fishy fishy. Just a wee bit out of focus.
IMG_3994, a photo by miyceramics on Flickr. Iron oxide transfer on white foundations glaze. Mistress Mary quite Contrary how does your garden grow?
If you have an expired Groupon, we will still accept them at face value. The class is normally $60 and your Groupon is worth $30. You have the following options: 1. Use the $30 credit towards any of our regularly priced classes, including the 4 week wheel throwing series, lampworking, or figure sculpture, and even […]
I have been really thinking about building our own kiln for experimentation. But this is really hush hush. I am not sure if it is do-able without having to poor a foundation. I wanted to make a kind of disposable soda kiln with potable gas firing so if we do move, we can take it […]
I am such a geek and am probably one of the few that cares about glazes that much to get all gushy over how temperature and melting properties of different materials force a unique occurrence where the combined effect is greater than the sum of their parts! This was posted on Ceramics Arts Daily, and […]
Below is from Ceramics Arts Daily post today on April 29. This is from the Robin Hopper Making Marks DVD, which we have at the studio for members who want to see it. Pottery Video of the Week: Slipware Decoration – Mocha Diffusion and Slip Dotting Pottery More on Mocha Diffusion In this technique, […]
This is from http://onetreehillpottery.com. They are are husband and wife duo from Australia, I got this video from the clayextruder yahoo group.
IMG_3423, originally uploaded by miyCeramics Studio. This lady’s glazing seems to be all low fire, but the colors are just neato. There is a bronzy color in this with some mica speckling, I am dying to figure out what it is. I know it must be a commercial glaze, but i’ll just keep guessing. It […]
IMG_3422, originally uploaded by miyCeramics Studio. The carving on this guy’s face was so amazing your wouldn’t have guessed it was a teapot and cup until you looked real close. I would have loved a little color to accentuate the lines.
IMG_3462, originally uploaded by miyCeramics Studio. I am still trying to figure out how they got the patter inside the cup. I kind of get it for the plate, but the cup? Was it thrown? Hanbuilt, and then thrown? Your guess is as good as mine, unless your the luck potter who made this or […]