131022 - Glazing with Anna Bingham and live drawing with John Close

Updated: Nov 28

Glaze is a continuous vitreous layer attached to the surface of a ceramic body, or a mixed layer of vitreous and crystal. The glaze may have been produced by the calcium-containing stones and charcoal ash used in the ancient piling stones for cooking, or it may have been inspired by the beautiful texture of the shell surface, consciously using shell powder as a raw material. Anna showed us how to choose and differentiate different glazes and we had lots of fun!

In the afternoon we had our usual live drawing class with John.

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