Pottery/Ceramics

Pottery/Ceramics

Learn about the materials used to make pottery and ceramics – from stain and glaze to the different types of clay.

So many things to manage for a wedding! For sure, you want your guests to have a good time. That may involve mixing and mingling or letting old friends have...

The Ceramic Tulip Spoon Rest is a simple hand built, terra cotta kitchen decoration (that is super useful) and very easy to make. A beginning ceramics student can complete this...

I don’t know why I decided to do this project beyond that I love magnolia flowers and thought the shape of the blossom was reminiscent of an orange juicer —...

Decorate an unused piece of ceramics or something you pick up at the store into a decorative piece quickly and easily. All you need is something to marble, nail polish,...

A few years ago, I used to volunteer in a children’s ceramic class. Occasionally I would partake in the lesson/project of the day.This is a little pinch pot turtle paperweight....

This little duck desk mate came about from three different inspirations and is now Ducky Desk Friend! In Grad School, we would get frustrated with faculty and B.S. that we saw around...

You know those chip and dip bowls with the dip area in the center and an outer bowl around it?  I thought that was a very interesting shape.  So using...

Carmen Aberasuri uses her potters wheel or hand-forms her ceramics to make this gorgeous collection of handmade, minimalist homeware that leaves behind traces of her workmanship. Tell us a little bit...

We didn’t want to have specific table numbers at our wedding. We didn’t want someone to wonder why they were at Table 10 while So-And-So was at Table 5. So...

This Garden Gnome was a requested project, and one of my largest ceramic projects I have ever done. This garden gnome stands over 18" tall and holds a sign that...