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Pottery Wheel For Beginners


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  • In pottery, a potter's wheel is a machine used in the shaping of round ceramic wares. The wheel may also be used during the process of trimming excess body from dried wares and for applying incised decoration or rings of color.
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SE Pottery Tool - 8 Pc Set
SE Pottery Tool - 8 Pc Set
Here is a perfect starter kit that has the most popular tools in a convenient vinyl pouch w/ zipper closure. This is a "must have" tool set for anyone beginning to work with clay or who knows someone that it. It is also perfect for studios and schools that want to offer a quality tool set to their students. The components are made from high quality steel and polished hardwoods. This ensures years of productive use. All of the most sought-after basic tools are included in this set. It includes a loop tool for removing clay, a ribbon tool for cutting, slicing and shaping, a needle tool to cut clay strips or holes and to make designs or place objects, a potters rib for shaping and smoothing, a modeling tool for cutting, smoothing, contouring and decorating, a smooth scraper for shaping and trimming,a sponge and a wire clay cutter for slicing clay or trimming pots and other objects.

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New Class: Foundations of Pique Assiette with Kath Jones
New Class: Foundations of Pique Assiette with Kath Jones
Foundations of Pique Assiette with Kath Jones Level: Beginner/Intermediate When: June 18th-20th, 2010 Class Time: 10:00-4:00 Location: Eichinger Sculpture Studio (West corner door of the building) 2516 SE Division St., Portland, OR 97202 Class fee: $275 Class description: Learn how to look at ceramic dishes, pottery, in a completely different way. In this Introduction to Pique Assiette (a style of mosaic using a variety of recycled materials), students will learn cutting techniques and tile saw use as well as receive instruction on design and composition. Learn what pottery is better than others, how to grout different level surfaces, and how to fix a piece once it’s been grouted. (If you have a piece you aren’t happy with bring it along!) Students will come away with the knowledge that almost anything can be used as tesserae. I will have a handful of designs available. This class will be focusing more with the landscape design, as it’s easier to become skillful when learning how pottery works in the “picture”. Materials provided: A good selection of pottery and extra goodies, as well as substrates, thinset, Silicone and grout. (I will have some wheeled nippers to borrow if you do not own any, as well as have some for purchase). Supplies students will need to bring: Wheeled nippers, tile nippers, (any tool you normally are comfortable using for nipping), safety goggles, dental picks, your own pottery/plates, beads, bobbles, shells. You will get wet using the saw, so wear grubby clothes! To Register Contact Kath Jones 503-504-9051 14664 SE Raintree Ct. Milwaukie, OR 97267 cinnamon-hill@comcast.net Your registration will be confirmed when payment is received. Please make checks payable to: Cinnamon Hill Design. For payment by credit card, contact Kath for PayPal instructions. Payment of half the tuition is required to hold a spot in this workshop, and payment of the final half will be due 28 days before first day of workshop. Refund Policy Refunds will be granted in the following time frame before the initial start date of the workshop. Full refunds (100%) will only be granted 28 days or more before the start date of the course. Partial refunds will be granted as follows: 75% Refund – between 27 and 21 days before the start date of the course. 50% Refund – between 20 and 14 days before the start date of the course. 25% Refund – between 13 and 7 days before the start date of the course. No refunds will be given for cancellations made 6 days or less before the start date of the course. Any fees that we must incur due to a refund, i.e., Paypal, will be deducted from the individual refund amount. If this workshop is cancelled, you will receive a full refund regardless of the time frame stated above.
Pottery Lessons in Stamford
Pottery Lessons in Stamford
Okay, so the cold weather has returned – no surprise there – but that’s no reason to hibernate. How about getting your friends together for an afternoon or evening and try something new? Learn the art of pottery through ceramic art classes, using the potter’s wheel and ceramic sculpting, in a professional, spacious and well lit studio. The Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio located just a few blocks north of our Stamford Apartments, on Newfield Ave. in Stamford, is offering instruction activities for children and adults that includes group classes (beginners and advanced), private lessons and Open Studio time for independent work.

pottery wheel for beginners
pottery wheel for beginners
Existentialism For Beginners
Existentialism For Beginners is a lighthearted romp through the history of a philosophical movement that had broad-reaching influence on Western culture, politics and the arts during the period of mid-19th century through the late 20th century, and still exerts influence in the 21st century. Tracing its beginning with close-up views of seminal 19th century writers like Kierkegaard, Dostoevsky and Nietzsche, Existentialism For Beginners follows the trail of existential thought and literature through 20th century German philosophers Jaspers and Heidegger, and finally through to the flowering of the movement in Postwar France brought forth by Jean Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simone de Beauvoir and beyond.
With dazzling, gritty illustrations Existentialism For Beginners takes an affectionate, good-humored look at a style of thinking that, while pervasive in influence, has often been seen as obscure, difficult, cryptic and dark. Existentialism For Beginners helps to draw the movement’s many diverse elements together to create a palatable introduction for people who have always had difficulty defining or understanding existentialism, and an enjoyable historical review packed with richly fascinating quotes from existentialism’s most notable purveyors for those who are already appreciators of existentialism.

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