Happy New Year!
You should have your 3 clay bodies, 3 fortune cookies finished!
You should also have your 3 small fortune cookies made out of your favorite clay body completed!
Remember every clay body should have a different glaze technique. Check the dry erase board!
We are now going to divide into 2 groups (Wheel and Handbuilding)
See sample on P drive of expectations for blog! There is a great example! P drive/ teachers/student save in/ exemplar ceramics 1 blog final
Required: 1. 5 tiles/ 5 surfaces/mishima, incised, slip-trailed,water-etched -Describe each process -Temperature/cone/ of bisque firing and glaze (Why were certain tiles bisqued to a higher temperature?) -Image of work created -Reflection of what worked and what didn't -What process did you relate most to as the maker (artist)? -How did you incorporate what you learned into the work you created in the future?
2. Drape Mould 1 Decribe the process! What were the requirements for this project? (Criteria that must be met in order to receive a 4?) What worked? What didn't? If you were to make the project over what would you do differently? What did you learn! Complete sentences! Use spellcheck please!
Drape Mould 2- Review questions above!
Drape Mould 3- Review questions above!
Throwing process! Steps to throwing on the wheel. Hand positions. See P drive- Images of hand positions are there! This is your final! It is due on Final day! No exceptions! I will be figuring grades before I leave for break! Ask questions before the deadline! Make sure you are there for final day!
I am a retired high school art teacher. My focus while teaching was Ceramics and Mixed Media. I loved teaching. High School Students are AMAZING! We recently built a new house which took almost 2 years to build. I have an amazing studio, and I am getting back into the swing of things again. I have decided it is all about surface, I love surface, function, ritual and habits.