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Because kilns can have a hefty price tag, many potters just starting out rely on others to fire their work. It can be tricky transporting greenware around and resourceful potters have come up with ingenious ways to protect their work (here are two great ideas from the archives). As if ceramic glazing wasn’t challenging enough,... Read More »

Because kilns can have a hefty price tag, many potters just starting out rely on others to fire their work. It can be tricky transporting greenware around and resourceful potters have come up with ingenious ways to protect their work (here are two great ideas from the archives). As if ceramic glazing wasn’t challenging enough,... Read More »

For the ceramicist without access to an enormous kiln, you can actually throw your pottery on a grill for a DIY alternative. Check out this guide for the how-to.  Via: Ceramic Arts Daily

Use a Charcoal Grill as a Pit Fire Pottery Kiln

For the ceramicist without access to an enormous kiln, you can actually throw your pottery on a grill for a DIY alternative. Check out this guide for the how-to. Via: Ceramic Arts Daily

Put these on the table with the plates and napkins but instead of using silverware you could use plastic silverware.

Top 27 Clever and Cute DIY Cutlery Storage Solutions

Put these on the table with the plates and napkins but instead of using silverware you could use plastic silverware.

I have to admit, glazing is not my favorite part of the ceramic process. It’s probably because of its potential to make or break a good pot (and believe me, I have broken quite a few with poor glaze application). I tend to be a bit of a sloppy glazer and I sometimes rush through it a little more quickly than I should. Denver, Colorado ceramic artist Annie Chrietzberg is the polar opposite of me in the glaze room: methodical and precise. I know my glazing outcomes could be greatly improved if…

I have to admit, glazing is not my favorite part of the ceramic process. It’s probably because of its potential to make or break a good pot (and believe me, I have broken quite a few with poor glaze application). I tend to be a bit of a sloppy glazer and I sometimes rush through it a little more quickly than I should. Denver, Colorado ceramic artist Annie Chrietzberg is the polar opposite of me in the glaze room: methodical and precise. I know my glazing outcomes could be greatly improved if…

Japanese Vintage Pottery Ware Vase of Kyo Ware , Kyo-yaki  &#20140

Japanese Kyoto Ware 京焼き Glazed Pottery Vase

Japanese Vintage Pottery Ware Vase of Kyo Ware , Kyo-yaki &#20140

Apron specialy for Pottery; ceramic apron; apron with split

Apron specialy for Pottery; ceramic apron; apron with split

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40 Navy Blue and Gold Wedding Ideas

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