Why do you think pattern is used in artworks from all around the world?
How important is texture in ceramics and why?
Creating a variety of textures
Importance of texture to create meaning
Dealing with failure
Art History and Vocab- 5 points
Forming Notes- 5 points
Complete steps on notes- 30 points total (5 points per step)
Surface is completely covered with texture and/or patterns- 5 points
Glaze Plan- 5 points
Glaze is the proper thickness- 5 points
In-Progress Reflection- 5 points
Self Reflection- 5 points
Peer Reflection- 5 points
Total Points: 80
Art History and Vocabulary
Smooth balanced to Rough
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Here it is, all covered up! What do you think? (See my previous post for the before shot.) Now it gets to chill out under some plastic for a week or so to dry before going in the kiln. ___________________________________ #greenware #handmadeceramics #ceramics #australianceramics #contemporaryceramics #contemporarydesign #nicolettejohnson
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Glazing, too, is notoriously tricky; if the coating is too thick or too thin, the desired results are impossible. Plus, chemical reactions between clay and glaze can cause things like "shivering," when a glaze cracks and flakes off a piece's surface.