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Gary Holt Bowl,This was one of the first translucent chawans  Gary created. I even got a box with it.

Gary Holt Bowl,This was one of the first translucent chawans Gary created. I even got a box with it.

Every month we send a curated box of art supplies to your door and a piece of art to inspire you. Check out our August box and sign up today!

Every month we send a curated box of art supplies to your door and a piece of art to inspire you. Check out our August box and sign up today!

Ceramics Arts Daily : Diane Chin Lui explores scores of combinations that soluble salts can provide. And to add a touch of elegance, Jonathan Kaplan tells how Barbara Davis Schwartz effectively uses metallic lusters and a marbleizing technique. To illustrate how you can further enhance a surface after the final firing, Magda Gluszek applies paints and glues on accents to her sculptures, while Philippe Farault gives his sculptures an aged patina by applying wax mixed with ball clay.

Ceramics Arts Daily : Diane Chin Lui explores scores of combinations that soluble salts can provide. And to add a touch of elegance, Jonathan Kaplan tells how Barbara Davis Schwartz effectively uses metallic lusters and a marbleizing technique. To illustrate how you can further enhance a surface after the final firing, Magda Gluszek applies paints and glues on accents to her sculptures, while Philippe Farault gives his sculptures an aged patina by applying wax mixed with ball clay.

RESERVED FOR POIFED   Box Handmade Raku Pottery

RESERVED FOR POIFED Box Handmade Raku Pottery

Francoise Dufayard, Pandora's Box (tall)...an amazing potter who decorates with complex slip techniques

Francoise Dufayard, Pandora's Box (tall)...an amazing potter who decorates with complex slip techniques

Catherine Vanier. Céramiste française née à Paris en 1943. Elle est connue pour son travail sur le décor et puise son inspiration dans les céramiques du Moyen-Orient médiéval. Elle a été formée en Suisse, à l’Ecole des Arts Décoratifs de Genève auprès de Philippe Lambercy.

Catherine Vanier. Céramiste française née à Paris en 1943. Elle est connue pour son travail sur le décor et puise son inspiration dans les céramiques du Moyen-Orient médiéval. Elle a été formée en Suisse, à l’Ecole des Arts Décoratifs de Genève auprès de Philippe Lambercy.

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