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Experience Clay: Vocabulary Masters and Art and Artist Profiles Paperback – 1 Jan 1978
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LEVEL: 6th form onwards. This contemporary guide to clay techniques, tools, and traditions is as inspirational as it is practical. Supported by a clear, step-by-step illustrations, this comprehensive resource details a range of hand building and wheel throwing techniques. From the properties of clay to decoration and firing, all information presented is shown against a rich backdrop of dynamic professional and student work. While encouraging students of varying abilities to explore their own unique style and interests, basic to advanced studio opportunities highlight teaching tips and safety notes at point of use. Friendly and definitive, this stimulating guide to clay is ideal as an introductory text for a studio course from Art I to Ceramics IV. The student text explores ancient traditions and historic innovations. It also includes carefully crafted lessons organised for success in creating art and mastering key concepts and skills while introducing students to: Contemporary masters; Cutting-edge works of art; New media; Techniques and safety precautions; Current careers in art. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Great book for teaching ceramics
on 18 July 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Entering my first year as a high school ceramics teacher and I want as much help or advice I can get; am very happy with this book.
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Good for beginning ceramic students.
on 27 February 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
I have started a ceramic program in my high school and found this book very helpful in guiding my students. The lesson plans are wonderful and give alot of room for adaptation. I reccommend this book for anyone ( not just teachers) who want to start working in ceramics.Even though this book is written for high school students the lessons can easily be adapted to elementary school students.
on 18 May 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
Great for the price. Thank you