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Topic: Hand painted ceramics-Picture heavy! *Crazy lady just added more pics*  (Read 4920 times)
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« Reply #10 on: December 27, 2004 07:22:37 PM »

All your work is beautiful! I love ceramics! I worked with clay for about 10 years and finally the community college forbid me to take any of the classes over again because I've gotten an A every time and financial aid is only suppose to cover each course 2 times maximum and the 2nd times only supose to be if you fail the 1st time!  Cheesy I don't follow rules very well! lol  But ceramics is very theraputic! I wish I could afford to have my own ceramic studio but perhaps in time I shall! Have you ever done raku firing? It's apsolutely phanominal! It's a form of low fire and the glazes are so beautiful! If I find the pix of my stuff I'll post it! Your work is gorgious! Keep up the good work!  Cheesy

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« Reply #11 on: December 27, 2004 09:27:41 PM »

I agree, recyclednew, ceramics is very theraputic!!  In fact, ceramics has increased my confidence in crafting in general.  Its opened up the flood gates for everything else I do thats crafty!! Wink

I'd love to do a raku firing!!  Someday, I will take an actual ceramics (make stuff with clay, just not from greenware) and will try raku......I love the randomness and imperfections it creates.

Maybe you could take an adult/community education class in ceramics instead of through the college?  How about your local art center? 

I'd love to see your work!  Make sure you post pics.
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