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Working with pottery clay to either hand build or hand throw a piece on the wheel is fun and exciting. From first hand experience, the wheel can be difficult at times. When you have finished the piece, it is important to allow the greenware to dry before the next step, bisque firing.
Published by Nora Moore 63 months ago in Ceramics, Pottery & Sculpture | +18 votes | 14 comments
Pottery is one of the oldest art forms in the world, and one that has changed little in the last millennium. Creating a hand thrown or hand built pot is basically done the same way it was in the Middle ages, and before. What has changed is how we fire, or cook, that pottery. Today artist and craftsmen use electric or gas kilns, a special kind of oven designed for the firing of pottery. What did people use before that?
Published by Annie Hintsala 64 months ago in Ceramics, Pottery & Sculpture | +2 votes | 4 comments