By focusing on the process of making ceramic coatings, their chemical makeup, and the properties of these coatings, Understanding Glazes is a book that will appeal to a wide-ranging audience from industries involved in the manufacturing of ...
Author: Richard A. Eppler
Publisher: Wiley-American Ceramic Society
Current advances in the formulation and chemical aspects of glazes and glass coatings make this comprehensive resource the most up-to-date reference on glazes for the ceramics industry and studio potter. By focusing on the process of making ceramic coatings, their chemical makeup, and the properties of these coatings, Understanding Glazes is a book that will appeal to a wide-ranging audience from industries involved in the manufacturing of tile, ceramic coating materials, sanitaryware, tableware, hobby and giftware to faculty and students in ceramic engineering, to studio potters.
Understanding glazes 1 Diagram showing the alumina and silica range of various special-effect glazes. The effect of changing the alumina and silica in ...
Author: Linda Bloomfield
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
From drippy and crackle to ash and lichen glazes, experienced ceramicist Linda Bloomfield guides you through the world of special effect glazes. Beautifully illustrated with pieces from both emerging and established potters that showcase stunning copper oxide-blues, metallic bronzes and manganese-pink crystal glazes, Special Effect Glazes is packed full of recipes to try out: from functional oilspot glazes using iron oxide, to explosive lava glazes. In this informative handbook discover how you can create these fantastic effects and learn the basic chemistry behind glazes in order to adjust and experiment with your unique pieces. Discussed are materials and stains, how to find them and how they affect the colour and texture of the glaze, alongside practical fixes to familiar glaze-making problems. Special Effect Glazes is essential for any ceramicist interested in creating eye-catching glazes and wanting to develop their knowledge of glaze-making, or experiment with their own formulas to achieve the perfect finish.
Understanding Glaze Materials Cornwall Stone K , O.A1203.8SiO2 1 molecule of potassium ( flux ) 8 molecules of silica ( glass former ) 1 molecule of alumina ...
Author: Mark Burleson
Publisher: Lark Books
“No pot is left unturned, as the author features elegant examples of major glaze techniques.”—Booklist. “This well-illustrated handbook...covers glaze chemistry, application techniques, firing, and problem solving. Color photographs comparing fired samples are particularly good.”—Library Journal. “An invaluable reference”—National Ceramics.
The book is filled with valuable information from the vast glazing experimentation and experience of master potter, Steve Loucks.
Author: Steve Loucks
Glazes from a Potter's Perspective: A Simple, Kitchen-Method Approach to Understanding Glaze Development¿ is a book that demystifies and explains glazes from a potter's perspective. The book is filled with valuable information from the vast glazing experimentation and experience of master potter, Steve Loucks. His testing methods and approach differ from the scientific approach for making glazes where ceramic engineers think in terms of what and how many molecules of certain chemicals make up the glaze within their ratios and limits to Steve¿s approach that is from a potter's perspective. He goes right to the tests using the actual ingredients that are available from ceramic supply centers to make glazes. His simple, kitchen-method approach is easy to understand without the complicated use of mathematical, ceramic engineering calculations, or the need for software programs. It goes right to the glaze tests to see how much and to what extent an influencing ingredient has on a glaze, the actual instead of predicted results. His testing methods and processes, which are outlined and illustrated throughout the book, are easy to follow yielding effective, useful results while using the glaze materials in a resourceful manner to be environmentally responsible. The book begins by identifying the numerous characteristics that differentiate and distinguish the various glazes that he has worked with throughout his ceramics career to provide a common vocabulary for ceramic artists. Glazes are explained first in theory and then in reality. Further discussion outlines the component parts that make up a glaze to gain an understanding on how to evaluate a glaze to adjust its melting temperature, flow, and surface qualities. Then, the testing procedures are outlined and illustrated to accomplish those tasks. Additional information includes the influencing factors affecting a glaze, glaze application methods, and firing processes. A supplemental chapter lists the glaze recipes used on the pieces illustrated in the book of his and the contributing editor, Lynnette Hesser's work, including the glazing processes used on each piece. Steve's goal is to help ceramic artists gain a better understanding of glazes for greater success with their glazing, glaze development, and artwork.
Examples of four types of dry glazes: (top left) MC34 (p.84), ... Ian Currie explains his excellent approach to testing and understanding glazes based on ...
Author: Jeremy Jernegan
Publisher: A&C Black
A comprehensive guide to understanding and using dry glazes on ceramic works.
Thermal expansion is the key to understanding glaze - body fit . A piece of pottery is constantly at the mercy of its environment , with variations in ...
Author: Michael Bailey
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Traditionally potters fired their work either at low temperatures, as for earthenware, or at the high temperature that stoneware requires. However, a growing number of potters, particularly those who use electric kilns, are firing to a middle-range temperature, of which cone 6 is typical. Using middle range temperatures saves fuel and expense, reduces wear on electric elements, and yet allows the potter to achieve features shared by earthenware and stoneware. Because of the popularity of this technique, pottery suppliers have recently begun developing clay bodies and glazes suitable for the temperature range. In Glazes Cone 6 Mike Bailey surveys the growing trend in middle-temperature firing and guides the reader by practical knowledge. He discusses a range of different glazes, including special effects, glaze stains, and underglaze colors, giving both recipes and tips for ensuring success.
You can accomplish this by drying each glaze before applying another . The glazes can be the same color or different colors , and although there are ...
Author: Marcia Moses
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
A look at color theory and the psychological effects of color.
The second firing is often at a lower temperature , being just sufficient to fuse the glaze . Incidentally , the Egyptians also glazed beads and bowls made ...
Author: Rolf E. Hummel
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This introduction for engineers examines not only the physical properties of materials, but also their history, uses, development, and some of the implications of resource depletion and materials substitutions.
Seger's system is an invaluable tool to understanding and predicting glaze ... For instance , copper red glazes can be characterized as high - alkaline ...
Author: John Britt
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
"With recipes for mixing, testing, applying, and firing hundreds of high-fire glazes, this fully illustrated reference will help all ceramists gain a better understanding of glazes and the factors that make them work."--Book Jacket.
Crystalline Glazes: Understanding the Process and Materials is a complete course in this most esoteric of ceramic arts which will be of use to beginners and seasoned potters alike.
Author: Fara Shimbo
Crystalline Glazes: Understanding the Process and Materials is a complete course in this most esoteric of ceramic arts which will be of use to beginners and seasoned potters alike. All aspects of developing, mixing, coloring, applying and firing to maximize the beauty of these glazes are covered in detail in an easy to read, one-on-one style. Illustrations of various aspects of glazing, color combinations using both readily-available and rare-earth colorants are included, as are recipes for tried-and-true glazes that will help you on your path to success.
Glazes are formulated to the temperature and atmosphere in which you are firing. ... LOADING AND FIRING A GLAZE KILN In a community clay. UNDERSTANDING.
Author: Julia Claire Weber
Publisher: Essential Ceramics Skills
The Beginner's Guide to Wheel Throwing is a friendly, contemporary take on the classic wheel-throwing book—perfect for new and returning ceramic artists.
The earliest known glaze in Egypt—characteristically blue-green in hue—was found 12.8 chester neAlie, Bottle (2000). Celadon glaze, 113⁄4 " high.
Author: Lois Fichner-Rathus
Publisher: Cengage Learning
With balanced coverage of art across the chronological and geographical spectrum, UNDERSTANDING ART, 11th Edition, will guide you through beautifully reproduced images, and transport you to museums and monuments all over the world. Observe the artist's creative process from start to finish in a feature called Theory & Practice; learn to think critically about works of art in relation to one another and the context in which they were created with the Compare + Contrast feature; and gain a new understanding and appreciation of art and society by becoming familiar with art ranging from iconic works to that which surrounds you in everyday life. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
( f ) Chemical elements in glazes are always combined with oxygen – we call ... can get for glaze calculation , but the final result of understanding glazes ...
Author: Susan Peterson
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Widely considered to be the most comprehensive introduction to ceramics available, this book contains numerous step-by-step illustrations of various ceramic techniques to guide the beginner as well as inspirational ceramic pieces from contemporary potters from around the world. For the more experienced ceramist, there is a wealth of technical detail on things like glaze formulas and temperature conversions which make the book an ideal reference. To quote one review: ...I am a studio potter and would not be without it. The fourth edition has been updated to include profiles of key ceramists who have influenced the field, new material on marketing ceramics including using the internet, more on the use of computers, added coverage of paperclays, using gold and alternative glazes.
It can be accessed through : http://art.sdsu.edu/ceramicsweb/ glazesoftware.html A basic requirement for the understanding of glazes is the ability to ...
Author: Michael Bailey
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Oriental Glazes offers a complete overview of the art of high fire reduction glazing, which can be notoriously difficult to master. Michael Bailey has provided in-depth research to bring a wide variety of Oriental glazes to the reader with explanations, notes, and direction where needed. He discusses recipes, chemical make-up, and troubleshooting, and examines current artists' use of these unique glazes. A wide variety of techniques and glazes are presented, from celadons and tekmokus to the more specialized tea dust and hare's fur. Oriental Glazes is an instructive guide that emphasizes firing in a flame kiln (using gas, oil, propane, or wood), with the oxygen supply restricted at the top end of the firing. This creates the reducing effect that brings about the changes, especially to the metallic coloring oxides copper and iron, that produce the subtle and beautiful qualities associated with the classic Far Eastern glazes. This clear and practical volume offers a starting point for beginners and a rich source of recipes and approaches to the established potter. With his logical, organized format and encouraging tone, Bailey's handbook is a clear and comprehensive guide on how to produce these striking glazes today.
Glaze Wares and Cultural Dynamics in the Southwest, AD 1250-1680 Judith A. ... is especially useful for understanding glaze paint recipes since glaze paint ...
Author: Judith A. Habicht-Mauche
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
The demographic upheavals that altered the social landscape of the Southwest from the thirteenth through the seventeenth centuries forced peoples from diverse backgrounds to literally remake their worlds—transformations in community, identity, and power that are only beginning to be understood through innovations in decorated ceramics. In addition to aesthetic changes that included new color schemes, new painting techniques, alterations in design, and a greater emphasis on iconographic imagery, some of the wares reflect a new production efficiency resulting from more specialized household and community-based industries. Also, they were traded over longer distances and were used more often in public ceremonies than earlier ceramic types. Through the study of glaze-painted pottery, archaeologists are beginning to understand that pots had “social lives” in this changing world and that careful reconstruction of the social lives of pots can help us understand the social lives of Puebloan peoples. In this book, fifteen contributors apply a wide range of technological and stylistic analysis techniques to pottery of the Rio Grande and Western Pueblo areas to show what it reveals about inter- and intra-community dynamics, work groups, migration, trade, and ideology in the precontact and early postcontact Puebloan world. Through material evidence, the contributors reveal that technological and aesthetic innovations were deliberately manipulated and disseminated to actively construct “communities of practice” that cut across language and settlement groups. The Social Life of Pots offers a wealth of new data from this crucial period of prehistory and is an important baseline for future work in this area.
Chapter 11 Introduction to Glazes and Glaze Development Introduction to Glazes It ... of the nature of glass is essential to the understanding of glazes .
Author: Yvonne Hutchinson Cuff
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Demonstrates the technology involved in making and firing ceramics.
“Boron Glaze of Beijing Liuli Ware of Liao Dynasty.” In Proceedings of the International Symposium ... Understanding Glazes. Westerville, Ohio: The American ...
Author: Eileen Hsiang-ling Hsu
Monks in Glaze is a complete reassessment of the Yixian Luohans. Drawing upon hitherto-unknown epigraphic documents, Eileen Hsiang-ling Hsu proposes a new date for the group’s production and identifies the kiln centre near Beijing as its birthplace.
1 Understanding glazes It is important to have an intimate knowledge of glaze , as this is one of the basic aspects of our craft .
Author: Andrew Holden
Publisher: A&C Black
Understanding glazes, raw glazing, simple kiln building and wheel building.
Master the Timeless Art of Glazing and Firing and Discover How to Effortlessly Craft Aesthetic Ceramic Pieces with This Comprehensive Guide Have you ever looked at a decorative ceramic piece in awe and wondered if you could do this yourself ...
Author: Jacob Williams
Master the Timeless Art of Glazing and Firing and Discover How to Effortlessly Craft Aesthetic Ceramic Pieces with This Comprehensive Guide Have you ever looked at a decorative ceramic piece in awe and wondered if you could do this yourself too? Are you a ceramic artist that struggles a lot with getting the glaze right? Tired of wasting precious time on bad glazes and having to redo them over and over again? Would you like to say goodbye to "glazing blues" and take your glazing skills to the next level? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then keep reading... In this complete introduction to ceramic glazing and firing, you'll discover all the knowledge, tools and technique you need to become a master glazer from setting up your glazing workspace and choosing the right tools and equipment for your job to crafting your own recipe. Here's a snippet of what you're going to discover in Ceramic Glazes Everything you need to know about the intriguing history of ceramics and glazes as a beginner A crash guide to understanding the delicate science behind glazes from vitrification to the properties of glaze A complete list of all the essential equipment you're going to need to make amazing glazes from safety equipment to glaze supplies Step-by-step instructions for applying glaze effectively on your ceramic pieces using the different methods 4 little-known extra tips to help you make sure your glaze comes out amazing every time How to develop your own glaze recipe from scratch for that unique, one-of-a-kind ceramic glaze A foolproof 10-factor checklist you need to help you choose the perfect kiln for firing your glazes ...and much, much more! No matter the level of your current glazing abilities, this book is brimming with full-color photographs and detailed instructions of different glazing, molding and firing techniques that are designed to take you from zero to glazing hero in as little time as possible! Ready to make your first or next ceramic masterpiece? Scroll to the top of the page and click the "Buy Now with 1-Click" button to get started TODAY!