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Handbuilt student work


Examples  of finished hand-built work by students from Greenwich Community College evening class.

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Coil pot, stoneware clay and glazes

 

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Nativity sculpture, stoneware clay and glazes

 

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Molded “scrapings” vessels, stoneware clay, dark blue over pale blue stoneware glazes

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Beginners First Thrown Pots


Examples of first ever thrown work from the ceramics evening classes I’m currently teaching  at Greenwich Community College, using the “no centering method” taught to me by Takeshi Yasuda.

Bone dry                                                             Leatherhard

Raw stoneware clay thrown one week, then turned the next, when the work has become “leatherhard”,  meaning stiff enough to turn upside down, recentre and using turning tools, make a foot ring.

Well done everyone, how different they will look when glazed and ready to take home to enjoy.

Here are links for how to join next terms classes type ceramic courses into this link