Greenware one piece pitcher and cup in the making... I was asked by one of my students if a pitcher or cup could be made from one clay slab so these were my answers.
Camille Campignion carves geometric designs into clay & the pieces are fired at a temperature of 980° for enamelling. The raku pieces are then fired rapidly again to about 960°. Once the temperature has been attained, the firing is abruptly stopped. Due to thermal `shock` the enamel cracks. The pieces are then submerged in woodchips, straw & paper, that burst into flames due to the heat. Carbon is released which infiltrates the cracked areas, creating black veins / D'une terre Ã l'autre
décorer la terre
Ceramics by Marta Turowska
making tiles at Natalie Blake Studios
Bol à fruits sculptés à la main en porcelaine par isabelleabramson