Eggshell bowl, saggared fired by...Judith E. Motzkin.

Eggshell Bowl, Large by Judith Motzkin (Ceramic Vessel

"Eggshell Bowl, Large" Ceramic Vessel - Judith E. Motzkin That glaze!

Lesley McInally Ceramic Art

Lesley McInally Ceramic Art uses printmaking techniques onto clay. I have some of her gorgeous work.

Judith Motzkin Studio :: saggar fired ceramic art and urns

Artist Judith Motzkin of Judy Motzkin Studios is known for her saggar fired ceramics, mixed media constructions and digital imagery.

I see birds flying in a beautiful mountainous landscape, this cup is so lovely

NATZLER Earthenware bowl covered in blue and white "crater" glaze. It's such a shame that Otto would never share his glaze recipes. This glaze is lovely.

My introduction to ceramics began at the Harrogate School of Art. After which I gained a 2 1 in Ceramics/ 3D Design at Wolverhampton Polytechnic followed by PGCE at Birmingham Polytechnic. The work is coil built, burnished and saggar fired. Inspiration is from a number of sources: erosion or weathering, just as the patina of age takes its course over any surface subjected to the elements, so the smoke and the added ingredients placed in the saggar, such as salt, wire, oxides, make their

My introduction to ceramics began at the Harrogate School of Art.

June Ridgeway  The work is coil built, burnished and saggar fired. Inspiration is from a number of sources: erosion or weathering, just as the patina of age takes its course over any surface subjected to the elements, so the smoke and the added ingredients placed in the saggar, such as salt, wire, oxides, make their unique marks directly on the satin, burnished surface of the piece.

June Ridgeway The work is coil built, burnished and saggar fired. Inspiration is from a number of sources: erosion or weathering, just as the patina of age takes its course over any surface subjected to the elements, so the smoke and the added ingredient

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