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  1. I recently bought a second hand Brent SR-14 slab roller. It came without any shims. This might be a silly question, but I haven't used a slab roller requiring shims before... I usually roll my slabs to 1/4" thickness. Would I need to purchase the 1/4" shim or the 1/8" shim to get a slab thickness of 1/4"? Thanks in advance for any knowledge!
  2. Nancy Gardner - HANDBUILDING AND SURFACE DECORATION - August 9-13, 2019 - $566.00 $566.00 Workshop Description: This workshop will cover all handbuilding techniques, including pinch, coil and slab. Students will work intuitively with the clay to express their own ideas and identity. Many surface decoration techniques will be shown in order to develop each students individual vision. ALL LEVELS Session runs August 9 - 13, 2019 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily, open studio hours on select days. Fee includes tuition + materials fee
  3. John Donovan - Jul 12-16, 2019 - FIGURATIVE MYTH(OLOGY) - $606.50 $606.50 Workshop Description: Figurative Myth(ology) will be an exploration of hand-building techniques in clay with the intent of creating abstracted or fragmented figurative forms imbued with personal narrative content. Bring your sketchbook and favorite marking-stick, as drawing will be used as a tool for idea generation and later for planning and problem solving. The core concepts at play will be combining slab and coil building processes and working on multiple forms simultaneously to gain and maintain cre
  4. The next series of online classes are posted on TeachinArt Instructors to look for is Marcia Selsor that is pushing forward with discovery in Alternative Firing. David Voorhees is giving tips about successful throwing of porcelain. Connie Christensen makes a tea set; tray and all and later this year we will add her shino expertise to this school. Nan Rothwell is the latest addition and we are very excited to add her stoneware throwing class. Antoinette Badenhorst added 4 classes in porcelain from Understanding porcelain to making projects in hand building to wheel throwing. Her pin
  5. From the album: WIPs

    Bit off more than I could chew, one fin popped off after another. Went for a swim in the scrap bucket. Will try again someday soon.

    © Ann Nielsen

  6. Hi everyone, Can you help please? Since my spine has decided to work against me! I've had to forgo the wheel and have spent about three weeks slabbing platters for Christmas presents These were done in porcelain with inlay. The problem was the warpage. They were dried fairly slowly under plastic considering time constraints. I live in a hot country and do not have a storage room, I work outside, so they were still affected by the heat. I've had this problem before, at home and at the studio I visit on a weekly basis. They also do not have a wet room as such, pieces are w
  7. Our online School of art is growing! Marcia Selsor's class is open for registration and is filling up nicely. David Voorhees's class on wheel thrown porcelain is open for the second time, while porcelainbyAntoinette is running 3 classes, one a complete beginners class on pinching teapots ( Pinching porcelain teapots will be added to this class in future) Details are available here: http://teachinart.com/frequent-asked-questions.html You can also get a sense of what this is all about here: http://teachinart.com/preview-e-courses.html
  8. Hello! I'm new to the community, and I've been trying to find information throughout the other threads, but haven't had too much luck... I've been working with Sculpey polymer clays and glazes to make little charms and figurines, but have been wanting to move on to heavier clays and their beautiful glazes.I particularly love the look of porcelain, but I am a complete newbie, and don't know where to begin. I live in Seattle, so I am hoping to check out Seattle Potter Supply sometime this week, but I'd love to have an idea of what to get before I go. Mostly, I will probably stick to
  9. Hi Everyone, I would like to inform you of future workshops that I will present . The workshop in Sunnyvale California is postponed until October. I will confirm the exact date later. The Arvada Ceramic Arts guild host a compact hand-son workshop on August 8-9 On Sunday night the Castle Clay group will host a slide presentation a slideshow presentation, describing my background, inspirations, motivations etc. including past and current work as well as a discussion of influences from my upbringing in South Africa. We will follow that up talking specifically about the business side o
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