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  1. You may want to take a look at Lakside Pottery's Ceramic repair and restoration lessons and tutorials listed in the page below. The information is with lots of illustrations and a video covering several aspects of repairing and restoring ceramic, china, porcelain and pottery: http://lakesidepotte...-tutorials.html Kindly, Patty and Morty
  2. You may want to take a look at Lakside Pottery's Ceramic repair and restoration lessons and tutorials listed in the page below. The information is with lots of illustrations and a video covering several aspects of repairing and restoring ceramic, china, porcelain and pottery: http://lakesidepotte...-tutorials.html Kindly, Patty and Morty
  3. These two tips pages from Lakeside Pottery might answer your questions: Making Large Slab Constraction - Step-by-step: http://lakesidepottery.com/Pages/Pottery-tips/How-to-make-large-slab-form.htm Making Ceramic Flat forms: http://lakesidepottery.com/HTML%20Text/Tips/Making%20Ceramic%20Tiles.htm Kindly, Patty and Morty
  4. Patty Storms and Morty Bachar, Lakeside Pottery, Stamford CT, are looking forward to attend this event. The link below is to share some of the hand building projects we teach at our faclity and we are looking forward to learn from all to enrich our ability to pass on the gained knowledge of this conference to our students and studio users. Hand building projects
  5. Hi, We have created a couple of tutorials on how to troubleshoot kiln problems. See links below and hope it is useful. http://lakesidepottery.com/Pages/Pottery-tips/computerized-electric-kiln-troubleshooting-reference-guide.htm http://lakesidepottery.com/HTML%20Text/Tips/Firing.htm Kindly, Patty and Morty
  6. Hi, We love to work with surface texture and put together this tutorial in the link below for wheel thrown tricks covering,chattering, slip, rope, gears and other unique ideas. http://lakesidepotte...ture-tricks.htm Good luck and let us know how it workout for you. Patty and Morty
  7. Hi and welcom to the pottery world. See collection of pottery tips, tricks, lessons and tutorials (including videos) in the link below. http://lakesidepotte...Pages/Tips.html This collection includes: HOW TO: Wheel Throwing Tips and Tricks HOW TO: Hand Building Projects HOW TO: Improve Your Studio FIRING: How to, Solve Problems GLAZING: Recipes, How to, Solve Problems CHILDREN / KIDS PROJECTS POTTERY VIDEOS HOW TO: Repair Broken Ceramic and Pottery Kindly, Patty and Morty
  8. Hi and sorry for not replying timelly for your schedule needs but here are some links to restoring broken pottery / ceramics. How to Fix and Mend Broken Pottery - Lesson 1 How to Repair Broken Pottery with Missing Pieces - Lesson 2 Good luck, Patty and Morty
  9. Hi Gary, See some tips for preventing cracking in the links below. Good luck and let us know how it worked out. Clay Drying and Firing Process What is Magic Water, Magic Mud / Paper Clay and Recipe / Instructions For several other tutorials and videos, vist our tips page at: http://lakesidepotte...Pages/Tips.html Patty and Morty
  10. Can matt glazes be used for food ware? We have received several questions regarding the use of matt glazes for functional ware and have found that the answer is not that straight forward. The following is our recommendation: What is Matt Glaze? One or all of the symptoms below may occur with matt glazes. What is acceptable to you is an individual decision. Testing to discover which of the three will be presented in your matt glaze is advisable. 1) Food Staining (e.g., coffee, tomato sauce or other acidic foods) 2) Food particles might not wash off thoroughly because of the por
  11. Lakeside Pottery is a ceramic art and craft educational resource focusing on clay art. We offer a one-time experience potter’s wheel workshop, weekend and during the week, for the beginner and for those who have taken beginning pottery classes in the past and would like a refresher lesson. This workshop will introduce the basic skills of working with clay on the potter's wheel and will provide you with the understanding of what it takes to use the potter's wheel. No previous experience required. Step by step pottery tutorial, More beginners pottery class pictures Workshop include a demon
  12. From the album: Lakeside Pottery Studio Collection Adult classes

    Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio 543 Newfield Avenue Stamford, CT 06905 203-323-2222 www.lakesidepottery.com

    © Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio

  13. Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio 543 Newfield Avenue Stamford, CT 06905 203-323-2222 www.lakesidepottery.com

    © Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio

  14. Large pots made by Morty Bachar, Lakeside Pottery
  15. © Lakeside Pottery Ceramci School and Studio

  16. See firing and coolig tips using our thousands of firing experainces: Firing and Cooling Electric Kiln Tips Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio 543 Newfield Avenue Stamford, CT 06905 203-323-2222 www.lakesidepottery.com
  17. Glass has been combined with pottery and ceramic work for years at Lakeside Pottery and we love the results. We teach its use to our students, our ceramic instructors / artists incorporate it into their work and recently we started using it with children's projects. We wrote a whole guide of using glass with pottery and it can be seen on our website: Combining Glass with Pottery Have fun and see some results below: Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio 543 Newfield Avenue Stamford, CT 06905 203-323-2222 www.lakesidepottery.com
  18. We use a great olive green glaze at our studio and you are wellcome to use the recipe listed on our cone 6 glaze recipes. See some picture below. More pottery tips from Lakeside Pottery Same glaze applied thicker: Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio 543 Newfield Avenue Stamford, CT 06905 203-323-2222 www.lakesidepottery.com
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