THE ART OF CERAMICS     Jalen R. Pinnock
Overview
OverviewWhy Ceramics?             About TakaezuWhat is Ceramics?         Where ceramics can be found?When/Where?          ...
Thesis Statement:
Thesis Statement:  There are many techniques,tools and ideas that people use, tocreate very unique pieces   of art work th...
http://www.quotegarden.com/art.html
http://www.quotegarden.com/art.html
WHY            CERAMICS?http://www.quotegarden.com/art.html
WHY            CERAMICS?              “Art is the only way to         run away without leaving                            ...
WHAT IS CERAMICS?
http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
WHERE?http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
WHERE?                                                                Mesopotamia and                                     ...
WHERE?                                                                Mesopotamia and                                     ...
http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
WHEN?http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
WHEN?  Ceramics is one of the mostancient forms of art that started    as early as 24,000 BC.    http://ceramics.org/learn...
WHEN?  Ceramics is one of the mostancient forms of art that started    as early as 24,000 BC.    http://ceramics.org/learn...
9,000 - 10,000 B.CConstruction of pottery began
CLAY IS THE MOSTIMPORTANT PART OFCERAMICS.
CHINA CLAY                                   (KAOLIN)http://www.mineralszone.com/minerals/china-clay.html
BALL CLAY
FIRE CLAY
EARTHENWARE CLAYhttp://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-earthenware.htm
STONEWARE CLAY
PORCELAIN
STAGES OF CLAY Slip Plastic Leather-hard Greenware Bisque-ware Earthenware
STAGES OF CLAY Slip Plastic Leather-hard Greenware Bisque-ware Earthenware
TECHNIQUESPinchCoilingSlabDrape MoldingWheel Throwing
TECHNIQUESPinchCoilingSlabDrape MoldingWheel Throwing
5,000 -8,000 B.C.The Egyptians discovered        glazing
GLAZES
Gloss                Semi-GlossSatin             Textured        Matte
Gloss                Semi-GlossSatin             Textured        Matte
1,500 B.C.First glass objects were made
KILNS ARE THE MOSTIMPORTANT TOOL
BISQUE KILN
BISQUEWARE STAGE
Glaze Kiln
POTTERY WHEEL
Fireman’s Mug
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACTThe world today doesnt make sense, sowhy should I paint pictures that do?~Pablo Picasso
Strickland, Carol. "Master of Art and the Art of Living." Christian Science Monitor. Oct. 6 1997: 10-11. SIRS Renaissance....
Strickland, Carol. "Master of Art and the Art of Living." Christian Science Monitor. Oct. 6 1997: 10-11. SIRS Renaissance....
CERAMICS IS ALL AROUND US
APPLICATION!
Video
CLASS ACTIVITY
Works Cited http://ceramics.lifetips.com/cat/23525/clay-bodies/index.html http://theclayconnection.org/details/emptybowls....
ONCLUSION
ONCLUSION  Anyone who says you cant  see a thought simply  doesnt know art.   ~Wynetka Ann Reynolds
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  • Thesis Statement - There are many techniques, tools and ideas that people use, to create very unique pieces of art work that let them express themselves in ways others may not understand.\n\n
  • A lot of people have asked me “why in the world are you doing your senior grad project on ceramics?” My answer is, because I love it! I love being creative, and ceramics seems to be the strongest creative aspect I have. & it all started my sophomore year just out of curiosity. I am very fascinated by ceramic art and find everything about it interesting. The year I began, I immediately loved everything about it; from the classroom, to Mrs. Burns, and everything in between. I start out with a piece of clay, then an imagination, and then I create a masterpiece! \n\nQuote by Twyla Tharp- (Life is stressful. Stress from school, work, sports, etc. And sometimes we wish we could literally run away, but we know, realistically, we can’t. Art is like a way to take a vacation, without actually leaving, but leaving through your mind) you’re setting everything aside and expressing yourself through what you love. \nI agree with this quote because I feel like I’m away from everything when I’m creating any form of artwork. My daily stress goes away when I’m engaged in art.\n\nIn my opinion, ceramics is very enjoyable and extremely relaxing. I could be in Ceramics class all day if I had the choice.\n\n
  • A lot of people have asked me “why in the world are you doing your senior grad project on ceramics?” My answer is, because I love it! I love being creative, and ceramics seems to be the strongest creative aspect I have. & it all started my sophomore year just out of curiosity. I am very fascinated by ceramic art and find everything about it interesting. The year I began, I immediately loved everything about it; from the classroom, to Mrs. Burns, and everything in between. I start out with a piece of clay, then an imagination, and then I create a masterpiece! \n\nQuote by Twyla Tharp- (Life is stressful. Stress from school, work, sports, etc. And sometimes we wish we could literally run away, but we know, realistically, we can’t. Art is like a way to take a vacation, without actually leaving, but leaving through your mind) you’re setting everything aside and expressing yourself through what you love. \nI agree with this quote because I feel like I’m away from everything when I’m creating any form of artwork. My daily stress goes away when I’m engaged in art.\n\nIn my opinion, ceramics is very enjoyable and extremely relaxing. I could be in Ceramics class all day if I had the choice.\n\n
  • A lot of people have asked me “why in the world are you doing your senior grad project on ceramics?” My answer is, because I love it! I love being creative, and ceramics seems to be the strongest creative aspect I have. & it all started my sophomore year just out of curiosity. I am very fascinated by ceramic art and find everything about it interesting. The year I began, I immediately loved everything about it; from the classroom, to Mrs. Burns, and everything in between. I start out with a piece of clay, then an imagination, and then I create a masterpiece! \n\nQuote by Twyla Tharp- (Life is stressful. Stress from school, work, sports, etc. And sometimes we wish we could literally run away, but we know, realistically, we can’t. Art is like a way to take a vacation, without actually leaving, but leaving through your mind) you’re setting everything aside and expressing yourself through what you love. \nI agree with this quote because I feel like I’m away from everything when I’m creating any form of artwork. My daily stress goes away when I’m engaged in art.\n\nIn my opinion, ceramics is very enjoyable and extremely relaxing. I could be in Ceramics class all day if I had the choice.\n\n
  • Orginially ceramics definition is pouring clay into molds and pottery is when you form a piece with clay by hand. But today we call pottery, and many other things ceramic. This is a very unique type of art. The clay used for ceramics is formed by earthen elements (or dirt) and water. You can shape the clay into whatever you want and when it’s formed, it goes into an extremely hot oven (if you can, get an actual oven temperature, and compare the heat to something comparable), known as a bisque kiln. When the piece comes out, it’s then painted with a substance known as glaze. After the glazing, it then goes into the glaze kiln.\n
  • The first manufacturing of any type of ceramics was in Mesopotamia and India (more India) where the first tiles were made. This is where the first of ceramics was made but everything else originated all around the world. Egypt is another important country where the first glazing process became big.\n\n
  • The first manufacturing of any type of ceramics was in Mesopotamia and India (more India) where the first tiles were made. This is where the first of ceramics was made but everything else originated all around the world. Egypt is another important country where the first glazing process became big.\n\n
  • The first manufacturing of any type of ceramics was in Mesopotamia and India (more India) where the first tiles were made. This is where the first of ceramics was made but everything else originated all around the world. Egypt is another important country where the first glazing process became big.\n\n
  • Ceramics is one of the most ancient art ever, starting as early as 24,000 BC. As soon as humans figured out that water and dirt made clay, what could be made with the clay and how the clay could become useful when harden, that was how this work of art was began to become more popular. This quite disturbing statuette is named Venus of Willendorf ,which is known to be made around 24,000 BC.\n\n
  • Ceramics is one of the most ancient art ever, starting as early as 24,000 BC. As soon as humans figured out that water and dirt made clay, what could be made with the clay and how the clay could become useful when harden, that was how this work of art was began to become more popular. This quite disturbing statuette is named Venus of Willendorf ,which is known to be made around 24,000 BC.\n\n
  • Ceramics is one of the most ancient art ever, starting as early as 24,000 BC. As soon as humans figured out that water and dirt made clay, what could be made with the clay and how the clay could become useful when harden, that was how this work of art was began to become more popular. This quite disturbing statuette is named Venus of Willendorf ,which is known to be made around 24,000 BC.\n\n
  • 9,000 - 10,000 BC is when the first use of pottery for storing water and food began and at the same time, bricks were also being made.\n
  • To make the pottery, you need clay:\n\nBefore I did my research i thought there were only two types of clays since i only worked with two types. As i called them red and white but they actually have a scientific name. Red being- Stoneware and White being- Porcelain.\n\nThere are several types of clay. But there are six types that are used in ceramics. Some are better than others when constructing.\nChina Clay (kaolin)-\nEarthenware Clay-\nStoneware Clay-\nBall Clay-\nFireclay-\nPorcelain Clay\n\nRed and White clay- which is better for constructing and why? red clay is best to construct with because of the grog- what is grog? http://www.ceramics-directory.com/about-ceramics-clay.php\n
  • What is China Clay?\n-China clay is the purest of the clays. Its composed of the mineral kaolinite (kay-ola-nite) which is why its also named kaolin (kayo-lin). This clay has been used for many years in the ceramic industry and is mainly used in porcelains because its great for making molds, its fired clay is very white and its texture is fine and smooth. This clay can also be used as a filler in textiles and even paper.\n
  • What is Ball Clay?\n-Ball clay gets its name from the early system of mining because when they searched and found this clay it came out as little cubes then formed itself into a ball shape. Ball clay can’t be found in that many places around the globe because the mineral is very rare and is formed up of three different minerals.\n
  • Fire Clay- is resistant to high temperatures and is used in furnaces. It has a high percentage in silicone and aluminum oxide. Fire clay is use to make fire bricks \n
  • What is Earthenware Clay?\n-Earthenware Clay...Opposite of stoneware\nfired at low temperatures and is porous (holes). The heat from the kiln being fired at low temperatures cannot melt down the holes in this clay and thats why its porous. This type of clay is very fragile and may get damaged very easily. Earthenware is not imperious, so liquid will pass through it.\n
  • What is Stoneware Clay?\n-Stoneware clay...Opposite of earthenware\nfired at very high temperatures and becomes non porous, glasslike. heat melts down the holes in the clay so it doesn’t have the potential of being affected easily. Stoneware is stronger than Earthenware and is imperious. liquid will not pass through it.\n
  • Porcelain Clay is like china clay but has a higher heating resistentance in the kiln.\n
  • Slip- watered down clay\nPlastic-workable stage, can rejoin with other pieces of clay\nLeather-hard-stiff, holds its shape and can be carved into\nGreenware-dry, very fragile, can be carved, can recycle\nBisque-ware- fired in bisque kiln, this is when you glaze, cannot recycle\nEarthenware (glazeware)- second fire-low fire\nStoneware (glazeware)- secsond fire-high fire\n
  • Slip- watered down clay\nPlastic-workable stage, can rejoin with other pieces of clay\nLeather-hard-stiff, holds its shape and can be carved into\nGreenware-dry, very fragile, can be carved, can recycle\nBisque-ware- fired in bisque kiln, this is when you glaze, cannot recycle\nEarthenware (glazeware)- second fire-low fire\nStoneware (glazeware)- secsond fire-high fire\n
  • Slip- watered down clay\nPlastic-workable stage, can rejoin with other pieces of clay\nLeather-hard-stiff, holds its shape and can be carved into\nGreenware-dry, very fragile, can be carved, can recycle\nBisque-ware- fired in bisque kiln, this is when you glaze, cannot recycle\nEarthenware (glazeware)- second fire-low fire\nStoneware (glazeware)- secsond fire-high fire\n
  • Slip- watered down clay\nPlastic-workable stage, can rejoin with other pieces of clay\nLeather-hard-stiff, holds its shape and can be carved into\nGreenware-dry, very fragile, can be carved, can recycle\nBisque-ware- fired in bisque kiln, this is when you glaze, cannot recycle\nEarthenware (glazeware)- second fire-low fire\nStoneware (glazeware)- secsond fire-high fire\n
  • Slip- watered down clay\nPlastic-workable stage, can rejoin with other pieces of clay\nLeather-hard-stiff, holds its shape and can be carved into\nGreenware-dry, very fragile, can be carved, can recycle\nBisque-ware- fired in bisque kiln, this is when you glaze, cannot recycle\nEarthenware (glazeware)- second fire-low fire\nStoneware (glazeware)- secsond fire-high fire\n
  • Slip- watered down clay\nPlastic-workable stage, can rejoin with other pieces of clay\nLeather-hard-stiff, holds its shape and can be carved into\nGreenware-dry, very fragile, can be carved, can recycle\nBisque-ware- fired in bisque kiln, this is when you glaze, cannot recycle\nEarthenware (glazeware)- second fire-low fire\nStoneware (glazeware)- secsond fire-high fire\n
  • pinch\ncoiling\nslab\ndrape molding\nwheel throwing\n
  • pinch\ncoiling\nslab\ndrape molding\nwheel throwing\n
  • pinch\ncoiling\nslab\ndrape molding\nwheel throwing\n
  • pinch\ncoiling\nslab\ndrape molding\nwheel throwing\n
  • pinch\ncoiling\nslab\ndrape molding\nwheel throwing\n
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  • The glazes vary from the different clays. On white clay, or porcelain the color glazes are more vibrant and on the darker clays the colors are kind of dull.\n\nThere are many different types of glazes but i’m only going to talk about a few.\n\n\n
  • Gloss- smooth. very shiny, glassy surface\nSemi-Gloss- not that glassy but shiny and smooth\nSatin-smooth, not shiny but kind of blurred\nMatte-not shiny. rough glaze that has no shine\nTextured- rough. can feel a bit rocky\n
  • Gloss- smooth. very shiny, glassy surface\nSemi-Gloss- not that glassy but shiny and smooth\nSatin-smooth, not shiny but kind of blurred\nMatte-not shiny. rough glaze that has no shine\nTextured- rough. can feel a bit rocky\n
  • Gloss- smooth. very shiny, glassy surface\nSemi-Gloss- not that glassy but shiny and smooth\nSatin-smooth, not shiny but kind of blurred\nMatte-not shiny. rough glaze that has no shine\nTextured- rough. can feel a bit rocky\n
  • Gloss- smooth. very shiny, glassy surface\nSemi-Gloss- not that glassy but shiny and smooth\nSatin-smooth, not shiny but kind of blurred\nMatte-not shiny. rough glaze that has no shine\nTextured- rough. can feel a bit rocky\n
  • Gloss- smooth. very shiny, glassy surface\nSemi-Gloss- not that glassy but shiny and smooth\nSatin-smooth, not shiny but kind of blurred\nMatte-not shiny. rough glaze that has no shine\nTextured- rough. can feel a bit rocky\n
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  • there are also many tools that are used to form unique pieces. in the earlier years there were no tools, they did everything by hand. Now, you can create ceramic art by hand, and with the help of tools. Hand tools and bigger tools such as the wheel, the bisque and glaze kiln.\n
  • This is what a bisque kiln looks like. The pieces in it haven’t been fired yet. They are at their Greenware stage.\n
  • This is a picture of pieces that are done being fired in the bisque kiln. They are now at their BisqueWare stage. At the BisqueWare stage the pieces are then coated with glazes.\n
  • Glaze Kiln-first picture is glazed items that didn’t go in the kiln yet. second picture is finished pieces\n
  • Along with the little hand tools the pottery wheel is the most popular tool used in the ceramic industry. Throwing on the wheel may seem easy but in takes time and practice to make some of the simplest things.\n
  • Usually when people think of ceramics they think of pieces you make to eat or drink out of and what beautiful decorations they could be used for around the house. That’s not the case. There are many different things you can make whether it has a meaning its for something specific or its just abstract and doesn’t represent anything.\n\nYou always hear about artist expressing themselves through paintings, or drawings but you don’t really hear about them expressing through ceramics. Ceramics is one of the most expressive arts there is.\n\nEven though you could probably use this to drink out of this is still known to be abstract. Fireman’s Mug-abstract\n
  • This is an example of what Abstract is.\n\nquote- ‘The world today doesn’t make sense, so why should i paint pictures that do?’ This quote is basically the definition of what abstract is.\n
  • This is an example of what Abstract is.\n\nquote- ‘The world today doesn’t make sense, so why should i paint pictures that do?’ This quote is basically the definition of what abstract is.\n
  • These are all examples of what abstract pieces of ceramic art look like.\n
  • These are all examples of what abstract pieces of ceramic art look like.\n
  • These are all examples of what abstract pieces of ceramic art look like.\n
  • Takaezu is one of the best artists of all time who shows diversity in all of her artwork. From where she lives to what she does for a living you see her passion for what she does throughout her life. When visiting Takaezu’s home, you see how much her personal and private life relate to each other. \nThis is pretty interesting to me. I would love it if you walked into my bedroom and saw how passionate I was about doing ceramics.\n\nVery abstract; no meaning, but what she’s expressing through her thoughts\n
  • Takaezu is one of the best artists of all time who shows diversity in all of her artwork. From where she lives to what she does for a living you see her passion for what she does throughout her life. When visiting Takaezu’s home, you see how much her personal and private life relate to each other. \nThis is pretty interesting to me. I would love it if you walked into my bedroom and saw how passionate I was about doing ceramics.\n\nVery abstract; no meaning, but what she’s expressing through her thoughts\n
  • Takaezu is one of the best artists of all time who shows diversity in all of her artwork. From where she lives to what she does for a living you see her passion for what she does throughout her life. When visiting Takaezu’s home, you see how much her personal and private life relate to each other. \nThis is pretty interesting to me. I would love it if you walked into my bedroom and saw how passionate I was about doing ceramics.\n\nVery abstract; no meaning, but what she’s expressing through her thoughts\n
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  • Tiles-tiles are in many homes and seen in many other place around. It’s decoration that we use in our everyday lives that we really don’t notice. \n
  • Tiles-tiles are in many homes and seen in many other place around. It’s decoration that we use in our everyday lives that we really don’t notice. \n
  • Tiles-tiles are in many homes and seen in many other place around. It’s decoration that we use in our everyday lives that we really don’t notice. \n
  • Bricks-many buildings and homes are made out of bricks. they protect us and have been They are what most people use to build. \n
  • Bricks-many buildings and homes are made out of bricks. they protect us and have been They are what most people use to build. \n
  • Bricks-many buildings and homes are made out of bricks. they protect us and have been They are what most people use to build. \n
  • Plates/Bowls-plates and bowls are also important because we eat out of them\n
  • Plates/Bowls-plates and bowls are also important because we eat out of them\n
  • Plates/Bowls-plates and bowls are also important because we eat out of them\n
  • from Home appliances-if you don’t have these appliances you could live a very difficult life. ceramics plays part in how they are formed. \n
  • from Home appliances-if you don’t have these appliances you could live a very difficult life. ceramics plays part in how they are formed. \n
  • from Home appliances-if you don’t have these appliances you could live a very difficult life. ceramics plays part in how they are formed. \n
  • to automobiles- there are different materials that are used to make automobiles and \n
  • to automobiles- there are different materials that are used to make automobiles and \n
  • to automobiles- there are different materials that are used to make automobiles and \n
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  • For the first part of my application i worked with Mrs. Burns and helped with the Empty Bowl Project. \n\nEmpty Bowls is a project that raises awareness and money to help world hunger. What i did to make this event successful was make bowls, and help prepare the food. All of the bowls that I made for this event were purchased. The money that was raised for this event went to people who suffer from starvation. There were lots of people purchasing bowls and just being apart of it. Working with the people who helped make this possible was very nice and we all contributed so much to this event.\n
  • For the second part of my application, i taught my little brother and sister how to make a flower in a flower pot. I taught them this specifically because i am in love with flowers :)\n
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  • class is going to make something abstract or something using one of the techniques i talked about.\n
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  • When people think of ceramics they don’t think about the importance, or the history of it. Believe it or not, Ceramics has been around for hundreds of years, and can be found in households across the globe. Many of us not realizing, that the plates we eat of of, or the bowl we eat our cereal out of, is more than likely, a piece of Ceramic art. “Oh wow its just pottery!” When i think of ceramics i think of how it makes me feel when i create things i never thought i could. Many people live there lives around the art of ceramics and i feel as though i might be one of those people because i enjoy it so much.\n
  • When people think of ceramics they don’t think about the importance, or the history of it. Believe it or not, Ceramics has been around for hundreds of years, and can be found in households across the globe. Many of us not realizing, that the plates we eat of of, or the bowl we eat our cereal out of, is more than likely, a piece of Ceramic art. “Oh wow its just pottery!” When i think of ceramics i think of how it makes me feel when i create things i never thought i could. Many people live there lives around the art of ceramics and i feel as though i might be one of those people because i enjoy it so much.\n
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    1. 1. THE ART OF CERAMICS Jalen R. Pinnock
    2. 2. Overview
    3. 3. OverviewWhy Ceramics? About TakaezuWhat is Ceramics? Where ceramics can be found?When/Where? ApplicationConstruction of pottery Class ActivityTechniques Works CitedGlazing ConclusionImportant ToolsAbstract ceramic pieces
    4. 4. Thesis Statement:
    5. 5. Thesis Statement: There are many techniques,tools and ideas that people use, tocreate very unique pieces of art work that let themexpress themselves in ways others may not understand.
    6. 6. http://www.quotegarden.com/art.html
    7. 7. http://www.quotegarden.com/art.html
    8. 8. WHY CERAMICS?http://www.quotegarden.com/art.html
    9. 9. WHY CERAMICS? “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” ~Twyla Tharphttp://www.quotegarden.com/art.html
    10. 10. WHAT IS CERAMICS?
    11. 11. http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
    12. 12. WHERE?http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
    13. 13. WHERE? Mesopotamia and India.http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
    14. 14. WHERE? Mesopotamia and India.http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
    15. 15. http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
    16. 16. WHEN?http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
    17. 17. WHEN? Ceramics is one of the mostancient forms of art that started as early as 24,000 BC. http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
    18. 18. WHEN? Ceramics is one of the mostancient forms of art that started as early as 24,000 BC. http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/
    19. 19. 9,000 - 10,000 B.CConstruction of pottery began
    20. 20. CLAY IS THE MOSTIMPORTANT PART OFCERAMICS.
    21. 21. CHINA CLAY (KAOLIN)http://www.mineralszone.com/minerals/china-clay.html
    22. 22. BALL CLAY
    23. 23. FIRE CLAY
    24. 24. EARTHENWARE CLAYhttp://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-earthenware.htm
    25. 25. STONEWARE CLAY
    26. 26. PORCELAIN
    27. 27. STAGES OF CLAY Slip Plastic Leather-hard Greenware Bisque-ware Earthenware
    28. 28. STAGES OF CLAY Slip Plastic Leather-hard Greenware Bisque-ware Earthenware
    29. 29. TECHNIQUESPinchCoilingSlabDrape MoldingWheel Throwing
    30. 30. TECHNIQUESPinchCoilingSlabDrape MoldingWheel Throwing
    31. 31. 5,000 -8,000 B.C.The Egyptians discovered glazing
    32. 32. GLAZES
    33. 33. Gloss Semi-GlossSatin Textured Matte
    34. 34. Gloss Semi-GlossSatin Textured Matte
    35. 35. 1,500 B.C.First glass objects were made
    36. 36. KILNS ARE THE MOSTIMPORTANT TOOL
    37. 37. BISQUE KILN
    38. 38. BISQUEWARE STAGE
    39. 39. Glaze Kiln
    40. 40. POTTERY WHEEL
    41. 41. Fireman’s Mug
    42. 42. ABSTRACT
    43. 43. ABSTRACTThe world today doesnt make sense, sowhy should I paint pictures that do?~Pablo Picasso
    44. 44. Strickland, Carol. "Master of Art and the Art of Living." Christian Science Monitor. Oct. 6 1997: 10-11. SIRS Renaissance. Web. 04 Nov 2010.
    45. 45. Strickland, Carol. "Master of Art and the Art of Living." Christian Science Monitor. Oct. 6 1997: 10-11. SIRS Renaissance. Web. 04 Nov 2010.
    46. 46. CERAMICS IS ALL AROUND US
    47. 47. APPLICATION!
    48. 48. Video
    49. 49. CLASS ACTIVITY
    50. 50. Works Cited http://ceramics.lifetips.com/cat/23525/clay-bodies/index.html http://theclayconnection.org/details/emptybowls.htmlStrickland, Carol. "Master of Art and the Art of Living." Christian Science Monitor. Oct. 6 1997: 10-11. SIRS Renaissance. Web. 04 Nov 2010.DeVoss, David. "Bringing Up the Past." Smithsonian (Vol. 38, No. 4). July 2007: 80+. SIRS Renaissance. Web. 11 Apr 2011.van Wyk, Gary. "Interview with Clive Sithole." African Arts (Vol. 40, No. 1). Spring 2007: 71-73. SIRS Renaissance. Web. 03 May 2011.http://ceramics.org/learn-about-ceramics/history-of-ceramics/Robyn L. Johnson, Ceramics in the Classroom; http://www.acers.org/membership/sc/Ceramics.dochttp://ceramics.lifetips.com/cat/23533/history/index.htmlhttp://www.bigceramicstore.com/mainpage/product_index.htmhttp://www.ceramics-directory.com/about-ceramics-clay.php
    51. 51. ONCLUSION
    52. 52. ONCLUSION Anyone who says you cant see a thought simply doesnt know art.  ~Wynetka Ann Reynolds

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