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A little known ceramic decorative technique that originated in Britain
in the 18th century.
Make Your Own Clay Whistle
Chris Henley demonstrates in easy steps how to make your own clay
whistle, similar to the Ocarina, which dates back 10,000 years.
of Print and Clay
Sponsored by Professor Les Lawrence of Grossmont College, and intended
as a resource for people interested in clay art using print and
There is a new breed of ceramic artist emerging, namely the virtual
ceramist - the ceramic artist delving into 'new technologies' such
as 3D imaging and CAD/CAM. This new type of ceramics has been dubbed
'virtual ceramics' or 'cyberceramics.'
Watercolors on Porcelain
Not simply your traditional artists watercolors painted onto fine
china! These color effects are achieved by applying highly toxic
watersoluble metal salts onto unglazed porcelain.
a Ceramic Didjeridu
From Barry Hall, Burnt Earth Musical Instruments.
Sculpture made with paperclay, by Australian ceramic artist Graham
Paperclay for the Ceramic
A comprehensive site on the uses of paperclay, where to get it,
tips and hints, etc. With works by ceramic artist Rosette Gault
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