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Google Image Result for http://firewhenreadypottery.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/gary-jackson-slab-vases-1024x785.jpg

Google Image Result for http://firewhenreadypottery.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/gary-jackson-slab-vases-1024x785.jpg

interesting way of building  slab pot--Does anyone know since it's done in strips, is this the toilet paper mixed with slip process?-sw

interesting way of building slab pot--Does anyone know since it's done in strips, is this the toilet paper mixed with slip process?-sw

Totem pole coil class project created by Kapaa Middle School art students.  Link to individual sections before they were put together:  http://juliasanderl.com/2008/01/01/ceramic-sculpture/  Interesting idea to expose my students to different cultures. Animorphic forms, texture, coil building create this sculptural piece are reflective of these students culture in which they live.

Totem pole coil class project created by Kapaa Middle School art students. Link to individual sections before they were put together: http://juliasanderl.com/2008/01/01/ceramic-sculpture/ Interesting idea to expose my students to different cultures. Animorphic forms, texture, coil building create this sculptural piece are reflective of these students culture in which they live.

How to transfer images to pottery before firing in the kiln! Looking for a tutorial on this technique and found it here!

How to transfer images to pottery before firing in the kiln! Looking for a tutorial on this technique and found it here!

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