Jun Kaneko-Coil Pots
Jun Kaneko-Ceramics Today http://www.ceramicstoday.com/potw/kaneko.htm Born and raised in Japan, Jun Kaneko moved to the United States to study ceramics. Not able to speak the language, he was forced to focus purely on the visual. His painting background is evident in his work, where his monolithic ceramic “dangos” (the Japanese word for dumpling) become three-dimensional, inflated canvases. Working primarily with graphic, yet painterly, lines and dots, his rhythmic designs are analogous…
woven pottery baskets
This is a hand building project To start this project you must have ( 1) soft clay (2) time, (don't start this pot if you can't finish it now) (3) a spray bottle with water (4)a half cup of slip,( clay that you have watered down to a creamy mix)...
The famous Venda potter, Rebecca Matibe sits in her garden with one of her sculptures behind her and one of her traditional pots beside her. Limpopo, South Africa
Pottery Project Ideas and Pictures for Teachers and Artists
Hundreds of clay projects using several techniques and clay construction methods: slab, coil, clay impression and texture, carving, sgraffito and sculpting
This is where I show you how to sell art on the side of the road. I will be around the Western U.S. on the side of the road doing performances and selling art that I make. Keep checking this blog for new locations, dates, and times that I am on the side of the road. Come by and say hi!!!