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by European Ceramic Work Centre,Anton Reijnders

Author: European Ceramic Work Centre,Anton Reijnders
Subcategory: Other Media
Language: English
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press; USA Ed edition (December 5, 2005)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.7
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The Ceramic Process: A M. .has been added to your Cart. This book is unlike any other ceramics books I've seen. The Ceramic Process presents detailed technical information based on years of testing and application at the European Ceramic Work Centre

The Ceramic Process: A M. The Ceramic Process presents detailed technical information based on years of testing and application at the European Ceramic Work Centre. For example, this is the book to go to if you want to know how to calculate the proper amount of deflocculant to use in making terra sigillata. The presentation and writing are clear and well organized. Tables and figures help quantify topics - the book even has the occasional equation scattered through the text!

The Ceramic Process book Both a comprehensive textbook on ceramic technology and a chronicle of the developments made by the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) over.

The Ceramic Process book. Start by marking The Ceramic Process: A Manual And Source Of Inspiration For Ceramic Art And Design as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Both a comprehensive textbook on ceramic technology and a chronicle of the developments made by the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) over the years, this is a practical work which looks at materials, methods and equipment, using the results of various artists' projects to illustrate the text.

Additional Product Features. Anton Reijnders, European Ceramic Work Centre. 176 Color, 210b/W Illus. By European Ceramic Work Centre. Country of Publication. Place of Publication. Fine Arts, Art History.

Anton Reijnders, European Ceramic Work Centre. This book is both a comprehensive textbook on ceramic technology and a chronicle of the developments made by the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) over the years

Anton Reijnders, European Ceramic Work Centre. This book is both a comprehensive textbook on ceramic technology and a chronicle of the developments made by the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) over the years. It is a practical book which looks at materials, methods and equipment, using the results of various artists' projects to illustrate the text. EKWC is internationally renowned as a centre where ceramic artists can come for a period to experiment with new materials, methods and technologies

The European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) is an international studio dedicated to the ceramic arts, in all of their various forms. Drawn from the resources at the EKWC, this volume elucidates every aspect of the ceramic process, from wedging clay to packing kilns.

The European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) is an international studio dedicated to the ceramic arts, in all of their various forms. This useful resource will be valuable to potters of every skill level. Extensively and vividly illustrated, the book demonstrates complicated techniques visually

The European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) is an international studio dedicated to the ceramic arts, in all of their various forms. Extensively and vividly illustrated, the book demonstrates complicated techniques visually. In addition to the helpful diagrams, works produced at EKWC are used as examples of the methods described in the text, offering specific uses for procedures.

European Ceramic Work Centre Staff, European Ceramic Work Centre, Anton Reijnders. Process is integral to every clay piece, and this volume follows the logic of the steps of creation. The beginning chapters explain the early steps such as clay preparation and the various techniques of making. Following chapters are devoted to the later steps of drying and firing. Complex and large-scale work, always demanding special attention and specialized knowledge, is comprehensively covered. EKWC is internationally renowned as a centre where ceramic artists can come for a period to experiment with new materials, methods and technologies

The Ceramic Process is a comprehensive manual on ceramics that has grown out of the experience and practices developed at the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) in the Netherlands

The Ceramic Process is a comprehensive manual on ceramics that has grown out of the experience and practices developed at the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) in the Netherlands. Over the years in their vast studios, they have played host to a wide variety of artists and designers, many of whom had never worked with clay before. The book is based on the the series of worksheets that the centre's then chief technician Anton Reijnders wrote to help the participants who were new to clay.

Process is integral to every clay piece, and this volume follows the logic of the steps of creation. The beginning chapters explain the early steps such as clay preparation and the various techniques of making. Following chapters are devoted to the later steps of drying and firing. Also included are numerous glaze and clay recipes, using a range of widely available materials. Complex and large-scale work, always demanding special attention and specialized knowledge, is comprehensively covered.

The European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) is an international studio dedicated to the ceramic arts, in all of their various forms. Drawn from the resources at the EKWC, this volume elucidates every aspect of the ceramic process, from wedging clay to packing kilns. This useful resource will be valuable to potters of every skill level. Extensively and vividly illustrated, the book demonstrates complicated techniques visually. In addition to the helpful diagrams, works produced at EKWC are used as examples of the methods described in the text, offering specific uses for procedures.

The Ceramic Process emphasizes the experimentation with materials and technique that is crucial to a potter's development and success. Ultimately, the reader will gain an understanding of every aspect—artistic as well as technical—of the creation of ceramic pieces.