Colour in Glazes

Author: Linda Bloomfield

Publisher: Herbert Press

ISBN: 9781912217670

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 2685

A complete guide to achieving a fantastic spectrum of colourful glazes for the studio potter, Colour in Glazes looks at all the methods of acheiving colour in glazes, focusing on colouring oxides in detail, including the newly available rare earth oxides. Types of base glazes and the fluxes used to make them are discussed in relation to colour response. Emphasis is placed on using colouring oxides to achieve depth and variety of colour, rather than just resorting to commercial ceramic stains. The practical aspects of mixing, applying, testing and adjusting glazes are explained. and a large section of test tiles and glaze recipes is included, for use on white earthenware, stoneware and porcelain fired in electric, gas and salt kilns. A very useful book aimed at making glazes to achieve the colour you want, and to help you broaden your palette.

The Ceramic Spectrum

A Simplified Approach to Glaze & Color Development

Author: Robin Hopper

Publisher: Krause Publications

ISBN: 9780873418218

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 256

View: 9455

Presents a study of ceramic glaze and color development, discusses historical developments in ceramics, reviews materials and firing techniques, and includes a chart of specific colors and variations and a portfolio of work by prominent ceramic artists.

The Ceramic Surface

Author: Matthias Ostermann

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812237016

Category: Art

Page: 200

View: 5375

Examines the work of two hundred ceramicists to provide an overview of techniques for creating ceramic pieces.

New Handbook for Potters

Author: Nirmala Patwardhan

Publisher: Allied Publishers

ISBN: 9788177646580

Category: Potters

Page: 471

View: 3348

Developing Glazes

Author: Greg Daly

Publisher: Herbert Press

ISBN: 9781912217496

Category:

Page: 128

View: 9949

Developing your own glazes can be tricky and success is dependent on many factors. In this book, ceramicist Greg Daly aims to demystify the process with practical advice and complete, step-by-step instructions. He covers all the essentials, from planning your recipes and recording results to mixing glazes and finding the correct firing temperature. This hands-on technical guidance is supported with helpful how-to images and example tests and recipes.For any potter beginning to experiment with fired colour, texture and decoration in their work, Developing Glazes is an essential reference, revealing workable, exciting methods for achieving the glaze results you want.

New Wave Clay

Ceramic Design, Art and Architecture

Author: Tom Morris

Publisher: Frame Publishers

ISBN: 9492311240

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 296

View: 724

New Wave Clay unpicks the zeitgeist and aesthetic of an exciting discipline with intelligence, insight and indulgence. Against the backdrop of the digital age and shiny screens, a whole new generation of craftspeople, designers and artists are realizing the pleasure of working with clay and bringing a fresh perspective to the material. Today, there is a lively crossover between craft, design, sculpture and technology that is rethinking ceramics: what you can make with it, what it looks like and who makes it. New Wave Clay is a global survey of 55 imaginative ceramicists that are leading this craft revival. They include classically trained potters who create design-led pieces, product designers who use clay as a means of creative expression, as well as fine artists, architects, decorators, illustrators, sculptors and graphic designers. Their collective output goes far beyond pots into ceramic furniture, sculpture, murals, wall reliefs, small-scale architecture and 3D printing. The book is divided into four thematic sections and features special contributions from Edmund de Waal, Hella Jongerius, Grayson Perry, Martin Brudnizki and Sarah Griffin discussing craft, industry, ornament, decorating and collecting. New Wave Clay is an image-led, dynamic study of the exciting new generation jumpstarting this age-old art. Features - A 296-page survey of 55 international ceramicists who bridge the worlds of product design, interiors, fine art and luxury craftsmanship. - Four thematic chapters are accompanied by interviews and written contributions on the subject from designers, decorators and collectors. - Richly illustrated, New Wave Clay is an image-led, dynamic book that aims to demonstrate the contemporary condition of this age-old art. - Instead of focusing on traditional craft ware and functional pieces, this title focuses on the community of ceramicists who create design-led works.

Keramik und Mixed-Media

Author: Joy Bosworth,Anne-Kathrein Erban

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783932673054

Category:

Page: 112

View: 2217

The Potter's Dictionary of Materials and Techniques

Author: Frank Hamer,Janet Hamer

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780713664089

Category: Ceramic materials

Page: 437

View: 397

A dictionary of materials and techniques for craft potters. It covers the sources and character of materials, the behaviour of clays and glaze materials during forming and firing processes, forming methods and glaze construction, and explanations of terminology and historical developments.

Ceramic Traditions of South-East Asia

Author: John Guy

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: N.A

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 68

View: 7884

The achievements of the potters of South-East Asia have not been widely acknowledged in the history of the region, rarely seen by early writers as a clear cultural identity of its own. This book attempts to provide an introduction to the internal histories of the glazed ceramic traditions of South-East Asia. It examines the ceramics of Burma, Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam discussing the wares, kiln technology, and the evolution of forms and glazes. Local archaeological work in Thailandand investigations of kiln sites in Burma and Vietnam have enabled the author to incorporate much new material in his study, highlighting some of the important archaeological work currently being done in South-East Asia, and providing the reader with a new vista on his understanding of the region's ceramic traditions.

Master Potter of Meiji Japan

Makuzu K−ozan (1842-1916) and His Workshop

Author: Moyra Clare Pollard

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780199252558

Category: Art

Page: 173

View: 6984

This is the first book in a European language to make a comprehensive study of the life and works of the astonishingly versatile and accomplished Meiji potter, Makuzu Kozan (1842 - 1916), who was acclaimed as one of the greatest ceramic artists of the Meiji period. The Meiji period, after the opening of Japan to the West in the mid-nineteenth century, was a time of momentous change for Japanese society and Kozan's Makuzu workshop makes an ideal case study to examine the effects of thesechanges on the Japanese ceramic industry. This book tells the story of Kozan's Makuzu wares from their origins in a traditional workshop in Kyoto to their maturity in a prolific factory in the newly-opened port of Yokohama, where Kozan's ability to cater to the demands of a new Western export market and to incorporate new Western glaze techniques led to enormous success, both in Japan and abroad at the international exhibitions that flourished from the 1850s. Lavish illustrations highlightKozan's remarkable and technical and artistic achievements, while ceramic marks and box inscriptions are analysed as a practical guide to dating Makuzu ware. Clare Pollard discusses the role of later generations of the Miyagawa family in the running of the workshop and relates developments in Makuzu ware to the work of other major potters of the era, both in Japan and in Europe and America. Incorporating contemporary sources (including previously unstudied archival material from the Makuzuworkshop itself), recent research and the study of a large corpus of Makuzu wares in museums and private collections all over the world, the book examines the artistic, political, and commercial factors that influenced Kozan and his contemporaries as they strove to come to terms with shifting life-styles and changing attitudes to the arts, and moved towards the creation of a modern ceramic industry.

Breaking the Mould

New Approaches to Ceramics

Author: Rob Barnard,Natasha Daintry,Clare Twomey

Publisher: Black Dog Publishing

ISBN: 9781904772767

Category: Art

Page: 203

View: 1294

The international ceramics scene is enjoying the highest profile it has had for many years. Breaking the Mould looks at ceramic artists working within this versatile medium. Drawing on the rich history of pottery these artists are pushing the techniques, objectives and perceptions of the medium into new, exciting territory. The book profiles the work of over 70 ceramicists, including Suzanne King, Simon Fell, Grayson Perry, Barnaby Barford, Carina Ciscato and Amy Houghton. Their work ranges from interpretations of utilitarian pots, to abstract sculpture and a revisioning of kitch porcelain ornaments, all of which are brought to life in beautiful colour reproductions. Essays by prolific makers and academics look at the history and inspirations behind the medium today. Following in the footsteps of New Directions in Jewellery, Fashioning Fabrics and The Cutting Edge of Wallpaper, Breaking the Mould is a definitive overview of a craft scene that is simultaneously building upon and breaking with its roots, and in doing so creating a brave new future for itself.

New Ceramics

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Ceramic sculpture

Page: N.A

View: 4524

Science and Civilisation in China

Chemistry and chemical technology. Ceramic technology

Author: Rose Kerr,Joseph Needham,Nigel Wood

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521838337

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 918

View: 9590

How were Chinese pots made, glazed and fired? Why did China discover porcelain more than 1,000 years before the West? What are the effects of China's influence on world ceramics? These questions (and many more) are answered in this history of Chinese ceramic technology, from the late Stone Age to the twenty-first century AD. The non-specialist reader will appreciate its unique coverage of research materials originally published in several languages.

New Ceramic Design

Author: Edmund De Waal

Publisher: North Light Books

ISBN: N.A

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 124

View: 2613

"New Ceramic Design presents the best works of 70 exceptional contemporary artists. It is a truly personal collection, characterized by quiet elegance, spare line and unencumbered design. The collection is displayed in 250 full-color photographs, accompanied by a commentary rich in insight and warm with appreciation of these subtle masterpieces."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The New Maiolica

Contemporary Approaches to Color and Technique

Author: Matthias Ostermann

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812235135

Category: Art

Page: 160

View: 7990

Selected by Choice magazine as an Outstanding Academic Book for 2000 The practice of tin glaze spans thousands of years of history, from its inception in Mesopotamia, through its flowering in Islamic culture, its brilliant heyday during the Italian Renaissance, and its current active revival around the world. It has always been a medium both varied and expressive that has inspired ceramists and artists alike over the centuries to ply their brushes in an exuberance of painted decoration and narrative. Within the field of ceramics, maiolica, with its stable color-holding glaze surface, is unique as a medium—indeed, it has been called a painter's medium. The New Maiolica is conceived by Matthias Ostermann as a workshop in print, guiding the reader progressively through some of the conceptual, material, and technical concerns that inform this versatile and compelling medium. The work of more than fifty international ceramists is shown, giving evidence to the great variety of contemporary expression in tin glaze. There is also an examination of the problems that can occur in maiolica production, and suggested solutions, followed by a list of recommended reading, with food for philosophical, aesthetic, and technical thought.

Contemporary Studio Porcelain

Author: Peter Lane

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812237726

Category: Art

Page: 256

View: 4367

"There are over 350 new illustrations and 75 new artists featured in this new updated edition. The result is a breathtaking look at the exciting and innovative work that is currently being done internationally in this field." "This substantially revised edition presents a wide diversity of porcelain objects which will both inspire and enthral. A fascinating read not only for any potter working in porcelain but also for collectors and anyone interested in fine ceramics."--Jacket.

Ceramics and Print

Author: Paul Scott

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812218008

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 629

For this new edition Ceramics and Print has been significantly expanded and treats recent developments in the use of the photocopier, laser printer, and computer-generated prints.

Porcelain

Author: Jack Doherty

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812218275

Category: Art

Page: 112

View: 1327

Porcelain is known and highly prized for its delicacy, translucence, fineness, and whiteness. It is also, by reputation, the most difficult of clays to work with and demands particular care at all stages of the making and firing process. In Porcelain, the most up-to-date practical handbook on the subject, Jack Doherty looks at the diverse ways porcelain can be shaped and used. He examines porcelain's recent history, and the clays, making methods, surface treatments, firing schedules, and recipes that can be used within the medium. Contemporary approaches to working with the material are also highlighted for students and ceramists experimenting with the craft.

Southeast Asian Ceramics

New Light on Old Pottery

Author: John N. Miksic

Publisher: Editions Didier Millet

ISBN: 9814260134

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 175

View: 1733

Southeast Asia is known to many as a region teeming with tourist destinations, economic opportunities and ex-colonies, but a lesser known facet is its colourful and myriad cultures in which ceramics form an integral part of the social fabric. Focusing primarily on the Classical Period (8001500 CE), this book views ancient Southeast Asian culture through the lens of ceramic production and trade, influenced but not completely overshadowed by its powerful neighbour, China. In this landmark publication, which accompanied the exhibition of the same name, noted archaeologist and scholar John N. Miksic constructs a vivid picture of the development of Southeast Asias unique ceramics. Along with three contributing authors Pamela M.Watkins, Dawn F. Rooney and Michael Flecker he summarizes the fruits of their research over the last forty years, beginning in Singapore with the founding of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society (SEACS) in 1969. The result is a comprehensive and insightful overview of the technology, aesthetics and organization, both economic and political, of seemingly diverse territories in pre-colonial Southeast Asia. It is essential reading for all those with an interest in the economic history of the region, and also for anyone who seeks a better understanding of the brilliant but too often underestimated material culture of Southeast Asia.