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Textural studies of ceramics.

Textural studies of ceramics.

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Published by British Ceramic Society in Stoke-on-Trent .
Written in English


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SeriesProceedings -- 20.
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Open LibraryOL14394838M

Robin Hopper RCA Robin Hopper In His Studio Robin Hopper, January Photo: Times Colonist Capsule Dates: b Selsden, Surrey, England Production Dates: - Location: Chosin Pottery, Metchosin, Vancouver Island Types of Work: Functional and Sculptural; thrown press-moulded, carved, beaten Preferred Kiln Type and Firing Process: propane and electric; oxidation, reduction.   Nano Lopez was born Octo , in Bogota Colombia to an affluent and educated family that includes a great uncle who served as president of Colombia. His grandmother was an artist who worked in ceramics and water clay, having a big influence on Nano. Weaving on a four-harness loom. Includes preparation of the loom; projects involving the use of tabby, twill, tubular, textural, and tapestry weaves in the creation of fiber art; and major creative projects using techniques learned in class. Prerequisite(s): Course Corequisites: Recommendation: Completion of ART before enrolling in this course. Course Descriptions ART , LIFE DRAWING AND COMPOSITION, 4 credits. Designed as a broad foundational study in drawing both the draped and the undraped human figure, as well as elementary forms such as those found in nature and in geometry. Some studies of surface anatomy involved. Skill development in four media. Textbook required. ART [ ].


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