🇬🇧"According to Sōnyū bunsho (宗 入 文書, 1688), Chōjirō, living in Kyoto, was born from a Chinese father. His father took with him the techniques of making sosansai that his son would have taken by giving him a black monotone or red. Next to Chōjirō's, the second workshop, that of Oshikōji, was located in Chinatown. In this district, green-leaded glazed terracotta evoking the green-covered Oribe sandstone has confirmed the existence of this oven." 🇫🇷"D'après l'ouvrage Sōnyū bunsho (宗入文書, 1688), Chōjirō, vivant à Kyoto, serait né d'un père chinois. Son père aurait emmené avec lui les techniques de fabrication du sosansai que son fils aurait repris en lui donnant une couleur noire monotone ou rouge. À côté de celui de Chōjirō, le deuxième atelier, celui d'Oshikōji, était implanté dans le quartier chinois. Dans ce quartier, des terres cuites à glaçure plombifère verte évoquant les grès d'Oribe à couverte verte ont confirmé l'existence de ce four." #firearts#ceramic#clay#water#fire#handworker#passionate#raku
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I have some exciting news for friends, family, and new friends to be made in the Salt Lake Valley.. I will be having a sale in South Jordan in August to sell all of these cool things I’ve been cranking out all summer! It will be an open house with good company and cool pots. I’ll post again before the sale with more info but a heads up never hurt!
I forgot how fun yo-yo pots are to make. So I made a little collection. They will be one of the many things you can buy :).
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Detail van mijn nieuwe glazuur. Dit vind ik altijd weer een spannend glazuur qua resultaat. De manier van opbrengen bepaalt hier heel erg hoe het resultaat zal zijn.
Taking a break from clay. I loaded all four and went on an adventure. We stopped at the pet store before going to the park. The oldest decided our pup needed a giant hotdog squeak toy. The two year old decided it was her spirit animal and refused to leave the van without it. Anyone else have a kiddo who refuses shoes?😂😂🤦🏻♀️
🇬🇧"According to tradition, this fast cooking technique was developed in Japan in the second half of the sixteenth century, and initiated by the creation of bowls for the tea ceremony by Chōjirō. The first ceramics of Kyoto appeared at the end of the sixteenth century, inspired by the fashion of the tea ceremony, in two workshops. Cooked at low temperatures they receive a glaze which is that of Chinese ceramics in three colors (in Chinese sāncǎi, called in Japan "Kōchi ceramics" or sosansai) in lead glazes, ancient technique still in use in the Ming period." 🇫🇷"Selon la tradition, cette technique de fabrication en cuisson rapide fut développée au Japon dans la seconde moitié du xvie siècle, et initiée par la création de bols pour la cérémonie du thé par Chōjirō. Les premières céramiques de Kyoto apparaissent à la fin du xvie siècle, suscitées par la mode de la cérémonie du thé, dans deux ateliers. Cuites à basses températures elles reçoivent une glaçure qui est celle des céramiques chinoises aux trois couleurs (en chinois sāncǎi, appelées au Japon « céramiques Kōchi » ou sosansai) en glaçures plombifères, ancienne technique encore en usage à l'époque des Ming." #firearts#ceramic#clay#water#fire#handworker#passionate#raku
"The Walking Dead". Sketchbook ☣️ ⠀
"Ходячие мертвецы" - один из моих любимых сериалов. Именно эта дверь в первой серии произвела на меня наибольшее впечатление.
P.S. Как сказал мой брат, скетчбук получился "страшно красив"😊🖤
Real talk: something is wrong with my wrist. My doctor thought it was tendinitis, so I’ve been wearing this wrist brace for two weeks, but it doesn’t seem to be getting better and that completely freaks me out. Right now it hurts and I’m stressed and that’s where I’m at. 😕😕
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🇬🇧"Raku, an abbreviation of the Japanese term raku-yaki 楽 焼 (raku-yaki ?, "cozy fire" bed) is the result of an enameling technique developed in sixteenth-century Japan. It is essentially related to the manufacture of bowls for the tea ceremony. A more solid chamotte stone is used because the parts have to withstand strong temperature differences." 🇫🇷"Le raku, abréviation du terme japonais raku-yaki 楽焼 (raku-yaki?, lit. « cuisson confortable ») est le résultat d'une technique d'émaillage développée dans le Japon du xvie siècle. Il est lié essentiellement à la fabrication de bols pour la cérémonie du thé. On utilise un grès chamotté plus solide car les pièces doivent résister à de forts écarts de température." #firearts#ceramic#clay#water#fire#handworker#passionate#raku
Cerámica desde el punto de vista de la creación como facilitador de la introspección y del proceso de autoconocimiento.
Materiales, horneadas, encuentros.
a partir de AGOSTO en Adrogué.
Árboles, aire, calidez y sensibilidad con la compañía de Mariana Melendez.
Ma. Laura Aldinucci
And here we have Polka-Dotted Potter in her natural habitat, a cold and messy studio. She surrounds herself with fired mud, which seems to have a mood-boosting effect. Though we are unsure of the purpose of the polka dots, one can speculate that it aids in camouflage amongst the random and often brightly colored pots within the studio 🧐🤓
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We’re heading to the Badlands next. I can’t wait to see the ocean of reds, browns, burnt siennas, and varieties of earth tones. It’s all such a juxtaposition to the cool colors that are abloom in Michigan. How grateful I am to be able to travel and see both all around me.
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Nouveau faon. Collier en céramique : empreintes sur terre noire. Collier céramique et laine feutrée : engobe crème grattée sur terre noire. Ceramic necklaces and new baby...
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Las piezas de @mandibula.ceramica estarán en la segunda edición de Bazar el sábado 6 de julio en Humahuaca 4058 de 17 a 21 hs.-
A part of my morning consists of me standing in front of this wall for 25 seconds to decide which wonderful work of art to drink my coffee from. This collection started about a year and half ago, and is still growing. There are a lot of artists out there who’s work I’d love to have. Through purchases or trades, I like to give back in some little way to the ceramics community that I’m part of. I would say that the mugs on this wall are my most prized possessions!
I can only tag 20 people in the photo so the bottom 2 on the right are @rinconespottery and @mathiscreations. And the painter saw was made by @jnsylv!
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This is the second part of a two-part post about my preferred ceramic decoration methods and revolves around overglazes.✨🏺🖌️Overglaze decoration encompasses a few different areas, such as China painting(in Europe these pigments are often referred to as on-glazes or overglazes rather than China paints), lustre work and decals/transfers. I will concentrate on China painting/overglaze painting since it seems to be a rather obscure practice these days.
As the name suggests, it was developed in China during the 7th/8th century and eventually was popularised in Europe on the 18th. All those historic jaw dropping Chinese vases with elaborate illustrations, were decorated using this technique.
Overglazes are fired at a relatively low temperature (around 780-820C). At this temperature the glaze layer warms up and softens just enough to allow the overglaze pigment to fuse with it and become permanent. Pigments are usually rather translucent, so in order to achieve vivid, deep colours one has to fire decorated pieces multiple times (painting on more layers before each firing) in order to build colour vibrancy. This is why antique vases have such richness of tonal values and colour intensity variation. Multiple firings are a tricky aspect of overglaze decoration which most wish to avoid, hence the lack of popularity.
Another challenging aspect that might deter one to venture into the overglaze discipline, is that pigments come in powder form and require mixing with other mediums -mainly oils- before being painted on a surface. Mixing pigments can get quite technical as there are numerous oil options to be used and each oil comes with different qualities (such as drying time). Using the wrong oil carrier can have destructive effects as the meticulously applied paint might run in the kiln over your precious illustrations (that happened to me and it is gutting!!!) or it may bubble among other terrible possibilities. So a lot of experimentation needs to take place in order to pinpoint the correct medium for one's needs. 💙 #ceramics#pottery#ceramicsofinstagram #illustration#illustrator#art#artpiece#artwork#paint#painting#artist#clay#claylove#interiors#craft
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