Erin Furminsky Layered Surfaces

Erin Furminsky Layered Surfaces
Layered Surfaces Furminsky

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Documenting our learning!

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!

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Considering the Pod! What is organic?

Alice Ballard
Pods



Statement


"I loved the shape of the pod because these are the types of things I am drawn to," she says. Frequent nature walks through her neighborhood uncover a treasure trove of possibility for her work. The pods also served as a fitting inspiration for her desire to take "very small things and enlarge them," she says. "Its an old Georgia O'Keefe trick. When you change the scale, the feeling changes entirely."