The Complete GuideBook - 2010
Introducing Pottery offers a complete course in pottery, explaining everything the beginner needs to know in order to get started, and beyond. It will help develop budding ceramic artists' skills, and guide them through to a greater level of confidence and competence. It covers everything from where clay is found and how it is made, to preparation for use and in-depth descriptions of the methods of construction (including throwing, slabs and coiling). There is information on how to mix glazes, glaze technology, different types of kilns and what happens during a firing. Introducing Pottery is structured in an easy-to-use format that follows the whole process from start to finish using clear step-by-step images to help guide the reader throughout. Written by an experienced pottery teacher, this book will help beginners become more confident and productive, making sure the learning experience is an enjoyable one.
Publisher: London : 2010
Branch Call Number: ANF 738.1 RHOD
Characteristics: 160 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm