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Zen Cat Pottery May 6
Hyperlapse of me decorating a plate using (Italian for “scratch”)
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Zen Cat Pottery Nov 9
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sigi koko Sep 24
=carving back the top layer of a plaster to reveal a different texture and/or color below. Carve when the plaster is firm but still soft. I use a strong needle to outline & a carving tool to cut away. The trick is not to gouge.
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Jacopo Lupi Sep 23
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Rick Rogers Mar 24
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Helen Shulkin Apr 2
Experimental work showing the central station, where I used a transparent colour film and techinque on paper.
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Grant Ruegnitz Nov 27
Working on some sgraffito patterns for some Pho bowls. Excited about this different working technique I have recently been researching that some Korean potters use on large vases. pottery business
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Hireillo Mar 3
❤️❤️❤️❤️ Samuel Casal "want me to tell you again... v. 2" - Ceramic Dye and enamel on utility
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Hooper Hart Sep 3
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Zen Cat Pottery Jul 17
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Mark Hilde Mar 20
A super selection of colourful ceramic pieces made by D pupils Perfect for lifting the spirit in these uncertain times -relief
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Angela Schramm Aug 26
My 8th grade working on using clay to communicate a message today in class.
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Uijung Kim Feb 5
I made a cup! I tried technique.✌️
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Mettler London Aug 8
Sgraffito detail on "Survival". Piece currently hanging in the Suburban Wild show at Muse Gallery. . . . . . . . . .
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Megan McKay Nov 8
They’re coming out of the kiln like this! one
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Jacopo Lupi Aug 24
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IndianWells ArtsFest Mar 17
“I love texture and most of my pieces will be very tactile,” says 2020 IWAF artist Jackson Gray (Jackpots-Pottery), whose techniques include , , & hard-carving functional tiles, platters, bowls & mugs into works of art .
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Vicky Lindo Jun 28
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Kathryn Martin Mar 12
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Rachel Heller Feb 29
From new street art to old. Again, just look up and you'll find all kinds of decorative work in .⁠
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