Finished Ceramics

Finally we got what we had be waiting for... OUR FINISHED PLATES AND CLOCKS. Those girls who had requested the clock mechanisms got the chance to instal them in their clocks, and they actually worked! Also, a lot of careful and hard work with the new glaze payed off. Our plates and clocks turned out... Continue Reading →

Finishing Up

This past week, December 4th, my Saturday Art School Ceramics students worked quickly and diligently to get all of there work ready for the final show, Saturday the 11th. Here you can see the two types of glazing options I gave these students. Just like the session before them we had buckets of glaze for... Continue Reading →

Pueblo Indian Pinch Pots

I am enjoying my day off this Veterans Day, and taking time to reflect on lat week's project: Pueblo Indian Pinch Pots from New Mexico. This was the first time my "Art Around the World" after-school class has made it back to the United States since we started our imaginary journey. (We've come close with... Continue Reading →

Glazing

Glazing can be a tricky thing to explain. Sometimes the color of the glaze is not the color it will be, and sometimes it kind of is. Sometimes you can mix colors together and sometimes you can't. Sometimes you dunk and sometimes you don't. Sometimes... I decided that since I value the process of trial... Continue Reading →

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