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This comprehensive reference source and how-to manual encompasses the wide range of all ceramic techniques into one large, definitive volume. It was written for professional and amateur ceramicists, and for teachers of the art. The Workshop Guide to Ceramics describes materials, processes, tools, forming techniques, surface decoration, firing, glazes, and design of ceramic objects of all kinds. The authors familiarize their readers with the different available types of clay, discussing their colors textures, and uses in detail. They go on to advise on tools and studio equipment as a prelude to instruction in the many different techniques of forming clay objects. Among those techniques are coil building, slab building, wheel throwing, model making, mold making, press molding, and others. Both pre-firing and post-firing decoration techniques are described. Also discussed in detail are kilns, their different styles and fuels, and how to use them. Artists who plan to develop a ceramics business are advised on creating a portfolio, and on promoting, exhibiting, and selling their work. This all-inclusive reference volume concludes conversion charts and tables, followed by lists of suppliers, galleries, helpful web sites, and more. Features more than 500 color illustrations.

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This book has been designed as the essential guide for all who work with ceramics, including weekend crafters, night school or other students, and practicing ceramicists seeking a one-stop reference on techniques and processes.

  • Contains an extensive guide to forming techniques, including pinching, coiling, slabbing, wheel-throwing, mold-making, slip casting, and extrusion
  • Detailed sections cover slip and surface decoration, glazing, glaze recipes, and applications
  • Includes a comprehensive guide to firing and kilns, complemented with quick-reference charts and tables
  • Covers generating ideas and translating them into ceramic realities
  • Advises on ways to promote and sell your work through websites, exhibitions, and galleries

    Duncan Hooson is a practicing ceramicist and a teacher of ceramic art in schools, hospitals, and on community projects throughout London.

    Anthony Quinn operates a successful London design consultancy with a varied client base that includes Wedgwood, Leeds Pottery, and British Airways. He also teaches ceramic design at Central Saint Martins in London, and is author of Ceramic Design Course, available in North America from Barron's

  • About the Author

    Duncan Hooson is a practicing ceramicist and a teacher of that art in many schools, hospitals, and on community projects throughout London. Anthony Quinn operates a successful London design consultancy with a varied client base that includes Wedgwood, Leeds Pottery, and British Airways. He also teaches ceramic design at Central Saint Martins in London, and is author of Ceramic Design Course, available in North American from Barron's

    Product Details

    ISBN:
    9780764164613
    Author:
    Hooson, Duncan
    Publisher:
    Barron's Educational Series
    Author:
    Quinn, Anthony
    Subject:
    Pottery & Ceramics
    Subject:
    Crafts & Hobbies
    Subject:
    Ceramics
    Subject:
    Crafts-Ceramic Technique
    Publication Date:
    20120331
    Binding:
    HARDCOVER
    Language:
    English
    Pages:
    320
    Dimensions:
    10 x 8.5 in

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    This book has been designed as the essential guide for all who work with ceramics, including weekend crafters, night school or other students, and practicing ceramicists seeking a one-stop reference on techniques and processes.

  • Contains an extensive guide to forming techniques, including pinching, coiling, slabbing, wheel-throwing, mold-making, slip casting, and extrusion
  • Detailed sections cover slip and surface decoration, glazing, glaze recipes, and applications
  • Includes a comprehensive guide to firing and kilns, complemented with quick-reference charts and tables
  • Covers generating ideas and translating them into ceramic realities
  • Advises on ways to promote and sell your work through websites, exhibitions, and galleries

    Duncan Hooson is a practicing ceramicist and a teacher of ceramic art in schools, hospitals, and on community projects throughout London.

    Anthony Quinn operates a successful London design consultancy with a varied client base that includes Wedgwood, Leeds Pottery, and British Airways. He also teaches ceramic design at Central Saint Martins in London, and is author of Ceramic Design Course, available in North America from Barron's

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