Published by: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.
128 pages, 155.00 x 235.00 mm, 12 color illus.
- ISBN: 9780812217551
- Published: July 2000
1. A Brief Historical Background of Handbuilt Ceramics
3. The Working Space, Equipment and Tools
6. Slab Building
7. Press Moulding and Splipcasting
8. Combining and Developing Handbuilding Techniques
Glossary of Terms
A ceramics handbook that would be a perfect choice for any art school. . . . This introduction to techniques covers everything from construction to controlling drying and slab building and is an excellent guide for ceramic artists interested in the revitalized art of handbuilding. ~Bookwatch