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Student Work: Greenwich Community College

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Some examples of student work from the evening class at Greenwich Community College, using a “5 second” plate technique:

  1. Roll out the clay to an even thickness using guides.
  2. Imprint textured fabric by rolling onto clay and then removing it.
  3. Place the mold on the clay and cut around the perimeter.
  4. Place the cut out clay on a sponge, face up.
  5. Press the mold onto the clay on the sponge.
  6. Place the plate on a board, let it harden, and sponge the edges.

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Example using cobalt carbonate wash and clear glaze, fired to 1260 degrees.

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Student work using the same technique and finish, fired to 1260 degrees.

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Student work using the same technique for making with different glazes, fired to 1260 degrees.

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Student work using the same technique for making with different glazes, fired to 1260 degrees.

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Student work using the same technique for making, ‘greenwich green’ glaze, fired to 1260 degrees.

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Thrown plates, decorated using oxides and underglaze colour, clear glazed, fired to 1260 degrees.

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Author: pandaji

Ceramic artist, educator

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