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JANE REUMERT | These pieces create a new shape for a common piece. I love the simplicity and how the artist puts the focus on the round handles.

These pieces create a new shape for a common piece. I love the simplicity and how the artist puts the focus on the round handles.

jarrón con calado y modelado

Created in the loose, sinuous style of art nouveau, the intertwining vines and flowing shape of this vase are very reminiscent of the period. printer could make easy work of this.

Glazing for Success: 12 Tips to Help You Master Pottery Glazing

Glazing for Success: 12 Tips to Help You Master Pottery Glazing

Ceramic Arts Daily: Making Interesting Mug Shapes by Combining Bisque Molded and Wheel Thrown Parts

Pottery Video of the Week: Making Interesting Cup Shapes by Combining Bisque Molded and Wheel-Thrown Parts - Ceramic Arts Daily

bubble glaze technique - Dip entire piece in glaze color #1. In tall yogurt cup mix 1-2 inches of glaze #2 with one squirt liquid hand soap. Using a regular drinking straw, blow bubbles in the yogurt cup mixture until bubbles overflow and fall down one the pottery piece. Let glaze dry. Using flat hand lightly pop all the bubbles. Fire! You can also bubble on a third color if you'd like. by bettye

bubble glaze technique - Dip entire piece in glaze color In tall yogurt cup mix inches of glaze with one squirt liquid hand soap. Using a regular drinking straw, blow bubbles in the yogurt cup mixture until bubbles overflow and fall down one the

maybe produce something similar with lace or doilies to imprint

Blue green ceramic platter

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