What is Anthropomorphic mean?
How have Anthropomorphic figures been used in art?
How do you create figures in clay?
Combining building techniques
Intro to underglaze
Art History- 5 points
Art Analysis - 5 points
Sketch- 5 points
In Kiln for Bisque- 5 points
In Kiln for Glaze- 5 points
"20 Artists Shaping the future of ceramics" - 5 points
Self- 5 points
Peer- 5 points
Total Points: 65
INTRODUCTION TO UNDERGLAZE
Think of underglaze as colored slip.
It needs to be applied to unfired clay and is matte.
You only need one coat to create the color, so do not put it on thick.
It can be watered down to create a watercolor effect.
After it is bisqued, you may put clear glaze on it to make it shiny.
Only use these when you have permission because they are very expensive.
Artists and artisans working with ceramics have steadily contributed to the art world for centuries. From prehistoric pottery to ancient Greek amphoras, from the rise of porcelain in Asia and Europe to the Arts and Crafts movement in England and the U.S., ceramic traditions have long fascinated artists and infiltrated their practices.