Monica Holmen
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Each ceramic fish and driftwood hanger is lovingly handmade by Shirley Vauvelle .

Each ceramic fish and driftwood hanger is lovingly handmade by Shirley Vauvelle .

after rolling out clay into the frame, impressing with twigs, leaves, etc. Pour plaster over and let set, peel away clay

after rolling out clay into the frame, impressing with twigs, leaves, etc. Pour plaster over and let set, peel away clay

What other materials could I do this with...great surface to gild or paint or stain?... Michael Sherrill, NC ceramicist

What other materials could I do this with...great surface to gild or paint or stain?... Michael Sherrill, NC ceramicist

Kimmy Cantrell

Kimmy Cantrell

Ceramic ware made in Cortona by Giulio Lucarini using a local ancient glazing technique, "terra sigillata," which uses the original slip as the glaze. A chemical result of the iron in the slip is the bright orange color that emerges during the firing. The pieces are removed from the hot kiln while still glowing and placed in masses of combustible material in order to provide a reducing atmosphere for the glaze, and to stain the exposed body surface with carbon, giving the piece it's black…

Ceramic ware made in Cortona by Giulio Lucarini using a local ancient glazing technique, "terra sigillata," which uses the original slip as the glaze. A chemical result of the iron in the slip is the bright orange color that emerges during the firing. The pieces are removed from the hot kiln while still glowing and placed in masses of combustible material in order to provide a reducing atmosphere for the glaze, and to stain the exposed body surface with carbon, giving the piece it's black…

david brown #ceramics #pottery

david brown #ceramics #pottery

Anasazi+Collection+Fat+Belly+Vase by Tatiana+Hunter: Ceramic+Vase available at www.artfulhome.com

Anasazi+Collection+Fat+Belly+Vase by Tatiana+Hunter: Ceramic+Vase available at www.artfulhome.com

melanie ferguson

melanie ferguson

Richard Bresnahan | teapot

Richard Bresnahan | teapot

Martha Ormes. Photo by Jill Gerlach

Martha Ormes. Photo by Jill Gerlach