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eBook Hands in Clay : An Introduction to Ceramics ePub

by Charlotte F. Speight

  • ISBN: 0874846455
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Charlotte F. Speight
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mayfield Publish; First THUS Edition edition (1983)
  • Pages: 348
  • ePub book: 1105 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1840 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 147

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An introduction to ceramics in two parts: part one provides an. .The books starts off with an in depth look at ceramics in many cultures. In depth as much as a book can allow on the extensiveness of ceramic history anyhow

An introduction to ceramics in two parts: part one provides an historical overview and part two provides an introduction to the creativity and the processes involved in ceramics. In depth as much as a book can allow on the extensiveness of ceramic history anyhow. Sheesh, we're talking 10's of thousands of years wrapped up in an in high book.

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An introduction to ceramics in two parts: part one provides an historical overview and part two provides an.Anyone getting into ceramic art must read this book. I really wish I had it when I began my venture into slipcasting

An introduction to ceramics in two parts: part one provides an historical overview and part two provides an introduction to the creativity and the processes involved in ceramics. I really wish I had it when I began my venture into slipcasting. I knew nothing and used other sources for information when I could have saved time and frustration by reading this book. The part of the book on moldmaking was worth the price alone. The other moldmaking books I've read left a lot of blank spaces for the beginner.

Resources Hands in Clay: An Introduction to Ceramics, Charlotte F. Speight, 1983 Victor Bryant’s web site . 4 Ceramics in Prehistoric Western Asia An Outline Map of Western Asia Today (also called the Middle East)

Resources Hands in Clay: An Introduction to Ceramics, Charlotte F. 4 Ceramics in Prehistoric Western Asia An Outline Map of Western Asia Today (also called the Middle East). It is still accepted that this development began earliest in the region we call Western Asia or the Middle East - From the Anatolian highlands of Turkey in the north, the Persian Gulf in the south. By at least 6500 BC. the making of ceramic figurines and pottery were well established in many villages of Western Asia.

Hands in Clay’ combines history, technique, and visits to individual potters into one harmonious form. Expertise: A Technical Guide to Ceramics, by Charlotte F. Speight and John Toki

Hands in Clay’ combines history, technique, and visits to individual potters into one harmonious form. A clever idea perfectly implemented. A splendid gift to potters as well as those involved with potters and wondering what the miracle of clay is all about. Lili Krakowski in Constableville, New York, USA. Speight and John Toki. Described as a companion and supplement to the incomparable ‘Hands in Clay,’ this spiral-bound book is filled with technical advice

Hands in clay is intended for those studying ceramics for the first time. For some of you this will be in a formal course at a school or college, for others it will be in a less formal craft class or perhaps individually in your home. The author has tried to meet the needs of all newcomers to clay by providing the necessary background for a full appreciation of clay as an expressive medium, as well as giving detailed step by step explanations of the most common methods and techniques of working in clay.