Pinch Pottery

Pinch Pottery

Functional, Modern Handbuilding

Book - 2014
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"Utilizing techniques readers may have learned long ago in summer camp, like making pinch pots, Susan shows how easy it is to create a wealth of ceramic forms that are refined and incredibly modern looking. She begins with simple shapes anyone can make, like the classic pinch pot, and then moves on to pinching a sphere, a wide bowl, a trumpet shape, and finally a cylinder. From there Susan demonstrates how easy it is to cut, alter, and combine these shapes to make more complex forms."--
Publisher: New York, NY :, Lark,, [2014]
ISBN: 9781454704133
1454704136
Branch Call Number: 738.14 H159p 2014
Characteristics: 127 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm

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ChristchurchLib May 12, 2014

"With a focus on ceramic techniques that require only hands and basic tools, Pinch Pottery allows crafters to eschew expensive equipment and simply start creating -- no pottery wheel required. Potter Susan Halls' teaching style is wonderfully clear and accessible, and her coverage of basic pinch pottery shapes, methods, and surface treatments is further enhanced by up-close, photographic instructions. The nine featured designs include timeless standards such as a vase and a bowl as well as more unusual pieces such as a teapot and an hors d'oeuvres tray. Once you've mastered these handbuilding essentials, try taking your decorative skills up a notch with Maureen Mills' Surface Design for Ceramics." Home, Garden, and DIY May 2014 newsletter http://www.libraryaware.com/996/NewsletterIssues/ViewIssue/895fefc6-8001-4f1b-927c-0d2620cd4875?postId=d7e6e19b-44f5-4ed3-9cfa-5c52d28740f1

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