4 edition of Handbuilding (Ceramics Handbooks) found in the catalog.
|Statement||University of Pennsylvania Press|
|Publishers||University of Pennsylvania Press|
|LC Classifications||June 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Join ceramic artist Deb Schwartzkopf for a journey that will help you Handbuilding (Ceramics Handbooks) as a functional potter, whether your background is in wheel-throwing or handbuilding.
60 Pitchers, Teapots, Cups, and Mugs, features 18 detailed, step-by-step projects that explore various approaches to making these pots using both wheel-throwing and handbuilding techniques.
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20 pottery designs: In here, 20 beginner-friendly pottery project ideas are discussed with step-by-step instructions to guide you in making your first pottery designs.
With the slab building method, you can make an enchanting bird-relief tile or turn a favorite family photo into a delightful diorama. Author: Michael Hardy Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press ISBN: 0812217551 Category: Art Page: 128 View: 751 All forms of traditional handbuilding are clearly described and beautifully illustrated in color.
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With compelling galleries, artist features, and guided questions for growth throughout, this is a book for potters everywhere that want to go beyond the basics, learn new skills, and unlock their creativity.
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88 A start to finish guide to hand-built and wheel-thrown ceramics.