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Raku pot - someday when I finally learn how to throw pottery, I am going to play with Raku. Such a cool process!

Raku pot - someday when I finally learn how to throw pottery, I am going to play with Raku. Such a cool process!

Birdy Totem of cuteness. Would be lovely to recreate my own version of this with paper scraps.

Birdy Totem of cuteness. Would be lovely to recreate my own version of this with paper scraps.

Beautiful rice grain pottery by the Finnish designer Eeva Jokinen http://www.eevajokinen.com/en/in-the-forest.html

Beautiful rice grain pottery by the Finnish designer Eeva Jokinen http://www.eevajokinen.com/en/in-the-forest.html

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts Daily archives, turns up lots of articles on various ways to print on clay. But... Read More »

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts Daily archives, turns up lots of articles on various ways to print on clay. But... Read More »

Pottery Classes, Sculpture, Group, and Painting on pottery classes - Rhoda Henning's Pottery Studio

Pottery Classes, Sculpture, Group, and Painting on pottery classes - Rhoda Henning's Pottery Studio

Illustrator Interviews: Lisa Congdon | Fine Art + Illustration

Illustrator Interviews: Lisa Congdon | Fine Art + Illustration

Reserva con tejido y engobe

Reserva con tejido y engobe

Husband and wife team Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker translate their oceanic inspirations directly into their collaborative glass sculptures, frozen glass waves caught mid-crash and appearing to spray surf from the contained vessels. The works exist as seamless gradients, dark blues circling the base while white froth circles the top of the pieces crafted from molten glass.

Husband and wife team Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker translate their oceanic inspirations directly into their collaborative glass sculptures, frozen glass waves caught mid-crash and appearing to spray surf from the contained vessels. The works exist as seamless gradients, dark blues circling the base while white froth circles the top of the pieces crafted from molten glass.