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Ceramic art
Anderson Turner

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Ceramic art
innovative techniques
edited by Anderson Turner

Published 2009 by American Ceramic Society in Westerville, Ohio .
Written in English.

About the Book

Presents over 20 ceramic artists and the techniques they used to create innovative forming, unusual surfaces, spectacular glazing and more.

Table of Contents

Charlie Tefft: patience is still a virtue / Leigh Somerville
Takeshi Yasuda: upside down porcelain
Squared casseroles / Mike Baum
Ray Bub: reassembled ring teapots / Paul Park
Multi-sided forms / Don Hall
Amy Santoferraro: plate-o-matic / Paul Andrew Wandless
The making(s) of a sphere / Ursula Goebels-Ellis
Shuji Ikeda: weaving clay / James Irwin
Credit card dies / Daryl Baird
The printed pot / Mark Ganter, Duane Storti and Ben Utela
Grace Nickel: clay and light / Glen R. Brown
Phil Cornelius: porcelain thinware / Judy Seckler
Michael Wisner: burnishing and pitfiring / Norbert Turek
Form, pattern and smoke / Jane Perryman
Animal tracks / Anne Macaire
Linhong Li: slab paintings / Yuqian Chen
Thomas Orr: ceramic paintings / Kate Bonansinga
Regina Heinz: interactive canvas / Paul F. Dauer
Color and form / Judy Seckler
Porcelain slip glaze / Joseph Godwin
Salts of the earth / Diane Chin Lui
Joyce Jablonski: layered surfaces with decals / Kathleen Desmond
Organic burnout material / Richard Burkett
Amy Lemaire: glass as glaze / Elizabeth Reichert
Gillian Parke: feldspar inclusions / Kathy Norcross Watts
Elaine Parks: perfect perforation / Kris Vogner
Teruyama & Kelleher: a collaboration / Katey Schultz.

Edition Notes

Ceramic arts handbook series, Ceramic arts handbook series


Library of Congress
TT920 .C428 2009

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vii, 135 p. :
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