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7th Sculpture Welcome Cook
7th Sculpture Welcome Cook
7th Sculpture Welcome Cook
7th Sculpture Welcome Cook
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7th Sculpture Welcome Cook

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  • 1. TURNING IT UP A NOTCH… STUDIO 212 Your clay project for 7th grade is above and beyond elementary school…. Lets see what you are made of!
  • 2.  Create a list at least 10 things about you CREATING YOUR  Mrs. Cook= cats, kids, art teacher, VESSEL artist…weaver and potter, hiking, gardening, flowers, positive energy, texture
  • 3. CLAY  Where does clay come from?  Wedging
  • 4. MANIPULATING CLAY GREENWARE  Pinch  Your vessel must use 2 - 1 finger thick of the 3 techniques.  Your vessel must have one of these …  Coil a lid, a handle, a fun - weld/join after 3 coils lip, or a fun foot. - Slip and score  Slab
  • 5. FIRING IN THE KILN  Stages in Drying  Bisque 1. Plastic 2. Leatherhard  Final Glazing 3. Bone Dry 1. underglazing and clear coat 2. glaze - vitrification
  • 6. REQUIREMENTS FOR CLAY VESSEL  How does this reflect you? 20 designs Pick you favorite and  Fun foot, fun lip, lid, or write a plan to create handle it.  2 of 3 techniques  212 above and beyond Get it approved then  Vessel =it holds you get clay. something  Decorative=detailed

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