"If you're looking for a way to add color to your surfaces, nothing beats majolica. Linda Arbuckle had dedicated years to the study and perfection of this historic technique, and brings the process into the 21st century. ... you'll learn about the materials, tools, and techniques you need to get started." --container.
From her intellectual Hungarian-Jewish roots to being one of the first female ceramics journeymen in Europe, to narrow escapes from Hitler and Stalin, Zeisel's story also takes us through some of the most dramatic historic events of the time.
Ceramic artist Lana Wilson works with very soft clay to create organic looking sculptural vessels. In this video she demonstrates how to texture and stretch clay slabs, and makes a unique box using a quick method of construction.
In this installment of the Ceramic Arts Daily Presents video series, Amy Sanders demonstrates her approach to making pottery, with a combination of wheel throwing,and hand altering, texturing, and assembling.
In this installment of the Ceramic Arts Daily presents video series, Suze Lindsay shares her techniques for her gestural wheel-thrown and altered functional pots. Suze believes that pots are like people, so she strives to imbue them with personality by darting, stacking, and assembling them into shapes that are subtly figurative.
In this installment of the Ceramic Arts Daily presents video series, John Britt starts with glaze testing, explains various testing methods, explains the three basic components of a glaze, and how they work together to produce myriad outcomes.