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500 Bowls: Contemporary Explorations of a Timeless Design
by Lark (Author)

Book Description
Five hundred inspiring variations on the simple functional bowl will fire up the imagination of potters everywhere! Displayed on each page are bowls that reinvent and reinterpret the form, and use an astonishing range of techniques from across the globe and through the centuries.  Even more important, every piece testifies to the artist's boundless creativity and inventiveness.  Kate Maury's delicate creation, made from wheel-thrown porcelain, features a graceful flower-like shape and subtle colors.  Leafy patterns play across the interior of Stephen F Fabrico's slab-built bowl with handles, while the image inside Anne Lloyd's "Cat and Dog Heaven" practically seems to tell a story.  Some, like Ruchika Madan's stoneware Fruit Bowl with Birds and Branches, are long and shallow, others, including Deborah Shapiro's Salad Set clearly show the influence of Japanese ceramics.  Captions give each bowl's size, as well as details on its material and glazes.
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars Based on 3 reviews.
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The Potter's Guide to Ceramic Surfaces
by Jo Connell

Book Description
Readers will learn how to beautify their ceramic pieces by introducing color, texture, and pattern using a range of decorative techniques at various stages of the making process - at the wet, leatherhard and biscuit stages, as well as (exploring) multiple firing and post-firing methods.

Designed to encourage both the novice and the experienced potter to explore new techniques and combine them in a fresh and creative way, this is the most visually comprehensive decoration book every produced.
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Decorating Techniques (Ceramics Class)
by Joaquim Chavarria

Book Description
Starting with an introduction to materials and tools, this idea-packed book then shows arts and crafters myriad techniques for transforming standard ceramic pieces into beautifully ornamented, one-of-a-kind treasures for personal or gift use.

The book is divided into five sections, each devoted to techniques designed for the category of ceramic to be decorated: damp and unfired ware; leather-hard ware; dry ware; dry bisque-fired ware; and glazed ware. Explained and shown in detail are decoration methods such as incising, carving, casting, sgraffito, engobes, colored pastes, fillettes, reserves, waxes, and many other ways to enhance the surfaces of ceramic pieces.
Average Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars Based on 4 reviews

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The Encyclopedia of Pottery Techniques
by Peter Cosentino


Book Description
Containing every essential pottery technique, this practical encyclopedia is an absolutely indispensable resource for all enthusiasts of the craft. With instant visual reference to all facets of the art, it demonstrates the various stages of creation, from working on the wheel to firing in the kiln. A complete analysis of techniques covers both time-honored and exciting new methods of making and decorating work, including silk-screening, stenciling, spray glaze, and commercial luster.

Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars Based on 5 reviews.
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Handcrafted Ceramic Tiles
by Janis Fanning (Author), Mike Jones (Author)

 
Book Description
Thoroughly transform even the plainest surface, create the illusion of space, light, and warmth, and bring sparkle to your home. Just one look at these dazzling color images will inspire you to attempt the more than 25 exciting projects for making, decorating, and using tiles throughout the house. With plain white store-bought tiles as a "canvas," experiment with simple techniques, such as painting, découpage, stenciling, and transfers. Imaginative designs include a garden trellis.

Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars Based on 1 review.
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