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Featured Books

Saggar Firing in an Electric Kiln

PB2223 • $35.00
The Figure in Clay
Cristina Cσrdova shows you how to use an armature for hollow forms ready to fire in a kiln. Patterns are provided to work in any size/scale you want. This is a beautiful book with model references, anotomical illustrations, and inspiring work from top artists.

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Saggar Firing in an Electric Kiln

PB2219 • $29.99
Saggar Firing in an Electric Kiln
If you have an electric kiln and enjoy alternative firing, this is the guide for you. Jolanda van de Grint will show you how to obtain the saggar effects without damaging your kiln. You will learn how to make the saggar, the use of terra sigillata, firing the kiln, and more. This resource helps you extend your work with the colors and freedom of alternative firing.

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The Anatomy of a Good Pot

PB2221 • $34.98
The Anatomy of a Good Pot
Ryan Coppage, Phd gives you clear, detailed expamples of what constitutes a good pot. Considering the elements of openings, contour, elevation, visual cues, and balance helped his work and his students work show a marked improvement. You will also find 12 Process Sudies that show how the artist create their signature elements ... plus so much more.

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The Beginner's Guide to Wheel Throwing

PB2220 • $26.99
The Beginner's Guide to Wheel Throwing
Artist and instructor Julia Claire Weber helps you by starting at the beginning of the process with a tour through a typical ceramics studio, discussing the best clays for throwing, as well as a variety of centering methods. You'll also find starter projects like cups, bowls, and plates to hone your skills. Also tutorials on trimming and handles. Plus a bonus decal workshop, unlocking the potential of image transfer.

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General Ceramics Back to top of page

The Ceramics Studio Guide (What Potters Should Know)

PB2194 • $26.99
Learning from others' mistakes is always more efficient and less costly than committing them yourself.. Making functional pottery or ceramic sculpture entails processes in forming clay, drying clay, glazing, and firing. Any one of these steps can cause failures. As ceramics consultant Jeff Zamek points out, under ideal conditions a beginning or advanced student would be guided by a teacher at every step; mistakes and bad habits would be caught as they occurred and corrected. As Zamek says, "This book offers you forty years of wisdom, generated by my students' and my client ceramics companies' issues with clays, glazes, and kiln firing."This guide helps potters to succeed.

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Ceramics Bible: The Complete Guide

PB2135 Ceramics Bible: The Complete Guide

This is the most comprehensive and up-to-date volume on the subject of ceramics. With more than 700 full-color photos and illustrations, this is the new definitive guide for serious ceramics practitioners. Inside are step-by-step instructions on molding, firing, and glazing techniques, generously accompanied by detailed photographs. You'll see beautiful examples of contemporary work, plus plenty of historical information, artist profiles, troubleshooting tips, and an extensive resource section. Perfect for students, artists, and collectors.

PB2135 • $40.00 Qty:

 

Creative Pottery

pb2213 Creative Pottery

Artist Deb Schwartzkopf helps you with a self-guided journey in which you can choose the techniques and projects that interest you: Learn how to throw or handbuild a bottomless cylinder. Then explore seams and alterations for projects like an oval serving tray, altered cylinder vase, and dessert boat. Small changes make a big impact; making an asymmetrical slab plate, throwing plates, and creating a cake stand. Master bisque molds, make spoons, a goblet, a butter dish, plus more complex projects like a pitcher, juicer, teapot, and oil pourer. Unlock your creative potential!

PB2213 • $30.00 Qty:

 

The Anatomy of a Good Pot

The Anatomy of a Good Pot

Ryan Coppage, Phd gives you clear, detailed expamples of what constitutes a good pot. Considering the elements of openings, contour, elevation, visual cues, and balance helped his work and his students work show a marked improvement. You will also find 12 Process Sudies that show how the artist create their signature elements ... plus so much more.

PB2221 • $34.98 Qty:

 

Ceramics Masterclass

pb2215 Ceramics Masterclass

Louisa Taylor examines 100 of the most beautiful and inventive artworks by the world's greatest artists, exploring the way they were made, what they do well, and how and what we can learn from them. Organized by genre, provides practical tips and advice, examples selected for particular quality in ceramics, and explores the creative vision of each ceramicist. Detailed analyses and instructive creative tips abound!

PB2215 • $30.00 Qty:

 

The Potter's Bible

The Potter's Bible

Marilyn Scott guides you with step-by-step photo sequences covering a comprehensive range of shaping, firing, and decorating techniques detailed enough for beginners. Learn about essential tools, equipment and different types of clay. See methods of building pots using slabbing, coiling, throwing, and molding a variety of shapes and forms. Explore dozens of surface texture effects plus glazing, enameling and adding luster.

PB2212 • $14.99 Qty:

 

Sustainable Ceramics

Sustainable Ceramics

Robert Harrison has been a ceramic artist and educator for nearly 40 years. He recognizes the need for work that is not only beautifully designed and produced, but also environmentally friendly and socially responsible. He covers factors to consider when going "green" including fuels, alternative firing methods, sustainable ways to collect clay and dealing with waste, as well as saving water. Reduce your carbon foot print by reclaiming, reusing, and reusing your work.

PB2199 • $32.97 Qty:

 

Ceramic Faults and Their Remedies

PB2098 Ceramic Faults and Their Remedies

This book is dedicated to helping potters identify quickly the nature, causes and remedies of a multitude of difficulties that can arise during pottery production. Comprehensive and easy to use, it has aleady proved itself to be an enormously helpful source of reference for craft potters and those working in the ceramic industry. The second edition has been fully redesigned with colour illustrations and the text has been revised, updated and expanded to reflect new developments.

PB2098 • $26.95 Qty:

 

Additions to Clay Bodies

PB2147 Additions to Clay Bodies

PB2147 • $32.97
This book begins with an introduction to collecting local clay materials and making your own clay bodies, then movs on to cover the array of additions being used by artists today. Possible additions include hard materials like stone, glass and rust, to combustible matter and fiber, to metals including wire and mesh, and color in various forms. The book is lavishly illustrated throughout with unique making methods and beautiful finished works from ceramic artists around the world. It's an inspiring introduction and an essential companion if you've ever considered expanding the horizons of your creative work into this new realm.

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Colouring Clay

PB2115 Colouring Clay

Learn the ways of coloring your clay from white to pastel to deep, rich colors. Jo Connell gives you a brief introduction to encaustic tile, sprigging and art pottery and explains the principal techniques for working with colored clays. You will explore the selection of choosing clay and stains through forming and firing. Learn coil and handbuilding methods to marble, make applied reliefs, add swirls and subtle hues with mixes and overlays. Plus bonus information on loaf and cane forms such as agate, nerikomi, and millefori designs.

PB2115 • $28.95 Qty:

 

The Potter's Encyclopedia ...

PB2129 Encyclopedia of Color, Form and Decoration

This comprehensive reference is a road map for the limitless shapes and forms, colors, and decorations of pottery: it is a starting point for personal exploration. This practical reference presents a multitude of great glaze recipes and how to create them. More than 700 individual glazes are vividly displayed.

PB2129 • $19.97 Qty:

 

Surface, Glaze & Form (Pottery Techniques)

PB2132 Surface, Glaze & Form (Pottery Techniques)

From concept and design to forming and firing -- not to mention chemistry, thermodynamics, math, color theory, history, and a host of other skills -- the 30 artists in this bookdiscuss their techniques, and also the thoughts and reasons behind their methods. All types of forming methods, from handbuilding to slipcasting, are illustrated in detailed photo sequences, along with surface techniques that cover the gamut of decorative possibilities.

PB2132 • $29.97 Qty:

 

Science for Potters

PB2191 Science for Potters

Linda Bloomfield, trained as a scientist, presents the aspects of science which are useful to potters and provides a deeper understanding of ceramic materials and processes. Geology, chemistry and materials science all play a roll in the structure and composition of clay and glazes used in your work. Knowing where your materials come from, how they are formed, the chemisty of glazes and how colors are made, all help your work evolve and provide greater control over and new insights into your craft.

PB2191 • $34.99 Qty:

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In the Potter's Kitchen

In the Potter's Kitchen

Sumi von Dassow loves to cook and make pottery. In this book she shares her passion for food and clay with information on materials, glazes and what to consider when making pots to cook in and serve on. Plus you'll get recipes that go great with those amazing pots that you will have you running to your studio to create!

PB2198 • $32.97 Qty:

 

Kitchen Pots, Bakers, & Serving Vessels

Kitchen Pots, Bakers, & Serving Vessels

This book covers 19 projects from muffin pans and juicers, to batter bowls and salt shakers. Great for those who want to create the perfect size prep and display items necessary for culinary enthusiasts. The artists help you understand the process as well as functional considerations for size and shapes of each vessel. This is part of a Ceramic Arts series of books.

PB2185 • $19.97 Qty:

 

 

Pitchers, Teapots, Cups & Mugs

Pitchers, Teapots, Cups & Mugs

Pouring and drinking vessels are abundant in any kitchen and need to be functional, sturdy, and visually appealing. You will find 18 projects with detailed instructions for making pots using both handbuilding and wheel-throwing methods. Find a variety of items including a thermos and mug set, to a lidded creamer and ewer, to tea sets and goblets.

PB2186 • $19.97 Qty:

 

 

Jars, Vases, Boxes, & Baskets

Jars, Vases, Boxes, & Baskets

Handmade pots serve a wide range of functions. You will get 19 projects that range from flower vases to flour canisters to whiskey bottles and cookie jars. Learn how to dart and divide thrown forms for baskets, vases and jars as well as how to make lids that fit perfectly on your round and square canisters. This book will help you with productivity and creativity within your studio.

PB2184 • $19.97 Qty:

 

Plates, Platters & Bowls

Plates,Platters & Bowls

20 projects that you can make from a large wall hanging platter down to small treat bowls. Using both handbuilding and wheel throwing methods along with solutions to common problems like handling very large ware without hurting your back. Explore asymmetrical forms using geometry to create origami-like shapes along with simple but useful nesting bowls. With the wide range of techniques, you will be able to make your own decorative and functional wares to use and share.

PB2183 • $19.97 Qty:

Wheelthrowing Techniques Back to top of page

The Beginner's Guide to Wheel Throwing

Artist and instructor Julia Claire Weber helps you by starting at the beginning of the process with a tour through a typical ceramics studio, discussing the best clays for throwing, as well as a variety of centering methods. You'll also find starter projects like cups, bowls, and plates to hone your skills. Also tutorials on trimming and handles. Plus a bonus decal workshop, unlocking the potential of image transfer.

PB2220 • $26.99 Qty:

 

Mastering The Potter's Wheel

Ben Carter takes your skills and your work to the next level. Start with an introduction to centering on the wheel to create basic forms. Then move up to large objects like pitchers and platters to altering, darting, and paddling for a wide range of possibilities. Inspiration abounds within this book!

PB2211 • $30.00 Qty:

 

Throwing Techniques

This Ceramic Arts Handbook brings together the best techniques, tips and projects from more than two dozen experts published in Pottery Making Illustrated and Ceramics Monthly.
This book assumes that you already know how to throw and the goal here is to expand your skills and options by showing you a wide variety of techniques from many talented potters. From a basic teapot to a challenging dessert dish, each step-by-step project is guaranteed to inspire you for years to come.

PB2172 • $32.97 Qty:

Handbuilding Back to top of page

Pinch Your Pottey

PB2217 • $24.99
Jacqui Atkin, a widely respected ceramics teacher and author, explains in detail the myriad of forms that can be made using the minimum of tools with plenty of options for decoration and glazing techniques. From whimsical to useful, these projects are beautifully illustrated and designed to be easily accessible for all skill levels.

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Hand Built: A Potter's Guide

PB2208 • $30.00
Melissa Weiss takes you with her as she digs, processes, and uses her own clay in every pot she makes. She shows some traditional as well as not so familiar methods of hand building to make serving trays, buckets, plus building vases and pitchers using two slab-built bowls. She shows how to create bisque molds for platters and dishes. plus using wax resist, sgraffito and carving for one of a kind pieces.

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Mastering Hand Building

Mastering Hand Building

PB2209 • $32.00
Sunshine Cobb pushes the reader to try more advanced construction as well as decorative techniques. She shares her years of experience and a joyful narrative while showing you a wide range of projects from a coiled box to the soft slab casserole dish. Includes page after page of inspiration from today's working artists.

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Ceramics for Beginners

Ceramics for Beginners

PB2200 • $24.95
Updated with 4 new projects and penty of how-to images, this beginner's guide takes you through the process of creating human forms and self-supporting animal figures in clay using four basic techniques: pinching a simple bowl, rolling a slab, coiling, and making soft tubes. Build your skills with these 12 projects and be inspired by the gallery from other artists work.

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The Extruder Book, 2nd ed.

PB2162 • $32.97
The extruder is an efficient time-saver that frees up time for you to do more with your creativity. There's no other way to make the shapes the extruder makes as efficiently. A fresh extrusion can be likened to a blank canvas or a sheet of drawing paper: it challenges you to apply your creativity and make something special from it. Through hundreds of how-to photos and drawings as well as scores of images of finished work, you'll discover just how versatile and indispensible the extruder can be in your studio.

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Ceramic Studio: Handbuilding

A workshop in a book, revealing the unlimited possibilities of handbuilding.With Shay Amber's simple and basic approach to handbuilding, you can learn how to make both sculptural and useful forms. She shares fundamental techniques and 12 projects on which to practice, including a coiled bottle, wall pocket, carved lantern, applique tile, and a square plate. Amber also introduces you to surface decoration and glaze treatments. In addition, you'll find inspiring gallery sections highlighting other artists' works.

PB2099 • $19.95 Qty:

 

Extruder, Mold & Tile: Forming Techniques

A vast world of design and construction possibilities waits beyond the known realms of pinch, coil and wheel forming techniques. In this book you'll discover a wealth of information, techniques and inspration from the usual to the unusual, and from purely functional to imaginatively sculptural.

PB2050 • $29.97 Qty:

 

From a Slab of Clay

Working with clay slabs offers more opportunities than any other forming process. From small dishes and plates to architectural installments, slabs can be used to create any form, any size. Join Daryl E. Baird to learn what it takes to start out on a journey that's sure to last a lifetime. From setting up a proper working space to selecting the right tools and equipment - including complete instructions for building your own slab roller - Daryl doesn't miss any details for you to consider to assure your success.

PB2133 • $32.97 Qty:

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Mastering Kilns & Firing

Mastering Kilns & Firing

PB2205 • $35.00
Lindsay Oesterritter moves beyond the electric kiln to Raku, Pit & Barrel, Wood Firing and more. She also shares those all-important health and safety concerns. This is an essential book for understanding and experimenting with the unique surfaces only available using combustible kilns and firing methods.

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The Kiln Book

The Kiln Book

PB088 • $32.97
4th ed. (softcover)
Even after 30 years, this book is still the definitive guide to building safe & ecomonical kilns to suit a variety of creative needs. This revised 4th edition offers updated information on alternative fuels as well as crossdraft, downdraft, updaraft, and multidirectional draft kilns. Clear color photographs, diagrams and building plans are enhanced with Frederick Olsen's expert guidance in all aspects of making and firing your own kiln.

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Saggar Firing in an Electric Kiln

Saggar Firing in an Electric Kiln

PB2219 • $29.99
Saggar Firing in an Electric Kiln
If you have an electric kiln and enjoy alternative firing, this is the guide for you. Jolanda van de Grint will show you how to obtain the saggar effects without damaging your kiln. You will learn how to make the saggar, the use of terra sigillata, firing the kiln, and more. This resource helps you extend your work with the colors and freedom of alternative firing.

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Pit Firing Ceramics

Pit Firing Ceramics

PB2160 • $29.99
When digging for clues about an ancient society's culture, nothing is more valuable to an archaeologist than ceramic remnants. In Pit Firing Ceramics: Modern Methods, Ancient Traditions, Dawn Whitehand explains why. Her text is the first to comprehensively explore the complex nature of pit firing, based on historical evidence, and the artistic perspectives of contemporary ceramicists. The book contains detailed photographs of the process, and a glossary for those who wish to further explore pit firing and ceramics.

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Alternative Kilns & Firing Techniques

Alternative Kilns & Firing Techniques

Ceramicists searching for new ways to fire their creations now have a wealth of options. James Watkins and Paul Wandless, along with a group of distinguished artisans, demonstrate in detail how to build low-cost, low-tech, yet high-quality kilns. The plans range from an easy, affordable, and versatile Raku Kiln to a unique wood-fueled Downdraft Stovepipe Barrel one. These clever devices make it possible to produce rich surface effects from alternative reduction firing techniques.

PB1868 • $16.99 Qty:

 

The Ultimate Wood-Fired Oven Book

The Ultimate Wood-Fired Oven Book

PB2142 • $29.99 Design, Construction & Use
Join Anna Carpenter as she shares memories of growing up in Italy, where great meals were enjoyed around the fire with family and friends. Wood-fired ovens are enormously popular today because of the unique taste only real wood fire can instill. This book equips you with information to successfully choose install and use your own woodfired oven. Great tips concerning different kinds of insulation, tools, cooking techniques, and recipes. Step by step guidelines and plans for building are included. Great photos will inspire you to design the perfect setting for your oven, suited to your needs and budget.

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Electric Studio: Making & Firing

Electric Studio: Making & Firing

Over the last sixty years, electric kilns have become the most popular method for firing ceramics. They are readily available and easy to use for all skill levels which allows for consistent results with little effort. This book helps you choose the right kiln as well as troubleshoot for simple repairs. Also included are clay body and glaze information specifically developed for electric kilns.

PB2178 • $32.97 Qty:

 

Low-Firing & Burnishing

Low Firing & Burnishing

From ancient cultures down through time to materials-2013 potters: this book covers techniques of firing and finishing at low temperatures without using glazes. You can use these alternative smoke, pit, saggar and raku techniques even on a low budget: the only real requirement is that you have outdoor space where you can work. This book is a practical step-by-step approach and beginner's guide, with illustrations and photographs for inspiration.

PB2096 • $29.97 Qty:

 

Raku Firing Back to top of page

Naked Raku & Related Bare Clay

Naked Raku & Related Bare Clay

Guided by Eduardo Lazo's expertise, contributors Kate and Will Jacobson, Wally Asselberghs, Linda and Charlie Riggs, Amber Aguirre, and Dana Bilello-Barrow each describe their personal working techniques. These skilled and passionate teachers withhold no secrets and reveal information gathered from years of trial-and-error experimentation. The book includes virtually every aspect of naked raku from clay types, making ware, slips, colors, glaze, kilns, firing, post firing, and finishing.

PB2134 • $32.97 Qty:

 

Raku

Raku

Raku is more than just a technique: it's a way of thinking with an attitude of openness to the unexpected and a willingness to use accidental happenings in developing your work. Raku encourages curiosity and exploration, and there's no end to the variety and quality possible in this medium. John Mathieson provides a clear and concise overview of the raku process, covering all the essentials of clay types, post-firing reduction methods, and equipment, plus tips and techniques shared by 30 experts on topics spanning the entire raku process from conception to final reduction.

PB1803 • $29.97 Qty:

 

Raku Firing Advance Techniques

Raku Firing, Advanced Techniques

Bill Jones shares the work of several Raku artists who talk about Raku-fired slabs, building a portable gas Raku kiln, large Raku platters and large-scale Raku pieces. You also see some Raku glaze trials and the Valdez Flashfiring method developed by John Sherrill. Plus information on building a lighweight, portable fiber Raku kiln, how to operate a production Raku kiln, and how to do successful Raku to oercome the frustratinons of matering the basics of how to do Raku.. A must have book!

PB2116 • $29.98 Qty:

 

Raku, Pit & Barrel Firing

Raku, Pit & Barrel Firing

Raku, pit and barrel firing are three of the most popular firing techniques in ceramics today. The unifying theme of all three accessible techniques lies in working directly with the fire to achieve both quick and unique results not available to more conventional firing techniques. You'll find extensive how-to techniques and step-by-step instructions to help you duplicate these three processes in your own studio, plus many photos of some of the most beautiful alternatively fired work.

PB2031 • $29.98 Qty:

Glass, Enamel & Jewelry Back to top of page

Ceramic Jewelry (A Ceramics Handbook)

Ceramic Jewelry

Although ceramic beads have been around for as long as pots have, the idea of ceramic jewelry has been making a comeback in a much more glamorous and professional form than ever before. This book shows how clay can be combined with other materials including silver, gold, leather, textiles or stones to create unique and innovative pieces. The book looks at how to source or create your own fittings and findings, the problems of design and the practicalities of joining the various elements to create successful pieces of jewelry.

PB2189 • $29.97 Qty:

Glazes Back to top of page

Special Effect Glazes

Special Effect Glazes

Linda Bloomfield explores drippy and crackle to ash and lichen glazes. She Showcases stunning copper oxide-blues, metallic bronzes and manganese-pink crystal glazes. You will also find recipes to try out: from functional oilspot glazes using iron oxide, to explosive lava glazes, and learn some basic chemisty behind the glazes to adjust and experiment on your own.

PB2222 • $34.98 Qty:

 

Amazing Glaze: Recipes & Combinations

Amazing Grace: Recipes & Combinations

Gabriel Kline provides recipes and combinations for low- up to high-fire potters. He covers the keys to success with application of glaze and the right temperature to use. His well-tested recipes draw on his decades of experience. Includes topics like majolica and raku firing to round out your glaze and firing options.

PB2218 • $30.00 Qty:

 

Glazing Techniques

Glazing Techniques

Glazing Techniques is part of a Ceramic Arts Handbook Series. Inside you will discover how some talented artists approach glazing techniques using a variety of techniques, materials, and firing ranges to achieve stunning surfaces that will inspire your work. Lots of images to go along with the step-by-step processes for each project.

PB2165 • $32.97 Qty:

 

Amazing Glaze

Amazing Glaze

PB2207 • $30.00
Join Gabriel Kline on a journey that makes glazing less intimidating and more fun using sure-fire recipes and inspiring work from top ceramic artists. Begin in the "glaze kitchen" then move onto the core of getting the glaze right every time. Learn about layering, working with resists, and combining techniques. This amazing book is highly recommended by artists and professionals.

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Low-Fire Glazes and Special Projects

Low Fire Glazes

PB2180 • $32.97
So many talented artists have pushed the boundries of low-fire glazing. The recipes and projects in this book are the result of testing for the perfect flux and developing ways to layer glazes to produce depth and complex surfaces that enhance your work. This book offers a wide variety of glaze recipes and projects.

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Ceramics Monthly's Guide to Materials & Glazes

Ceramics Monthly Guide to Materials & Glazes

PB2174 • $49.97 ~special order only~
This reference includes several years of technical information derived from the Ceramics Monthly magazine. Here you will find help in your own studio with assessing recipes, testing and experimenting in all temperature ranges and troubleshooting glaze defects.

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High-Fire Glazes (Ceramic Arts Handbook Series)

High-Fire Glazes

PB2176 • $32.97
This book contains high-fire receipes to be used in gas, electric, or wood fire that have been tried and tested over a long period by many professionals. Having that background enables you to use these recipes with confidence that you will be successful and excited by your results. This book has stunning examples of what surface decoration can achieve so you can apply these effects to your artwork.

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The Complete Guide to Mid-Range Glazes

The Complete Guide to Mid-Range Glazes

PB2157 • $29.95
This fully illustrated reference takes the guesswork out of mid-range glazes, which fire at cones 4-7. It will help ceramists of all skill levels gain a better understanding of glazes and the factors behind them. By comparing and contrasting recipes within a type and learning the way glazes work, you'll see how potters create variations within a type. This will enable you to create an infinite number of your own recipes, including application and firing processes. This book includes hundreds of inspirational photos of finished work by contemporary ceramic artists.

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Colour in Glazes

Color in Glazes

A complete guide to achieving a fantastic spectrum of colorful glazes for the studio potter. Colour in Glazes looks at the full range of materials and optioins for creating new colors in glazes. Packed full of glaze recipes, the book is illustrated with a wealth of finished work as well as an extensive collection of sample test tiles to show the variety of colors possible. Types of base glazes and the fluxes used to make them are discussed in relation to color response.

PB2128 • $32.97 Qty:

 

The Complete Guide to High-Fire Glazes

The Complete Guide to High-Fire Glazes

With hundreds of recipes and a thorough examination of glaze materials, chemistryy and tools, this reference will prove a boon to ceramists who want to master this complex and versatile aspect of their art. A wealth of information on various types of glazes, including copper, iron, shino, salt/soda, crystalline, and more. An exhaustive index of subjects and a separate index of glaze recipes will help you find what you need, quickly and easily.

PB1892 • $17.95 Qty:

 

Developing Glazes

Developing your own glazes can be tricky and success is dependent on many factors. In this book, ceramicist Greg Daly aims to demystify the process with practical advice and complete, step-by-step instructions for testing glazes and experimenting with ingredients. This hands-on technical guidance is supported with helpful how-to images, and variations on hundreds of recipes to get you started. This book is simply an essential reference!

PB2140 • $32.97 Qty:

 

Glazes & Glazing: Finishing Techniques

Glazes & Glazing

We all remember our first experiences with glazing, and how our hopes usually exceeded our skills and knowledge of the topic. This book covers many aspects of glazing, with artist discussions abut their methods and recipes. You'll find information on glaze formulation, application methods like dipping, pouring or spraying, firing variations, materials characteristics, testing, and over 100 recipes.

PB2069 • $29.97 Qty:

 

Cone 5-6 Glazes: Materials & Recipes

Cone 5-6 Glazes: Materials & Recipes

PB2190 • $32.97
Here is an easy way to create your own glazes by understanding and testing what's already been tried. This glaze book pulls together more than 180 glaze recipes and hundreds of variations from 30 different artists in one book. Plus, expert information on glaze materials such as frits, feldspars, oxides and stains, as well as testing protocols and tips on glaze application. Utilizing the expertise of so many aspects of cone 5-6 glazes will provide you with a information unmatched with any other source.

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Natural Glazes: Collecting and Making

Natural Glazes: Collecting & Making

PB2150 • $29.95
Making your own glazes is a fascinating and rewarding process, even more so when you use ingredients you've collected yourself. With a little equipment and by following a few basic principles, it's possible to harvest glaze ingredients like clay, subsoil, plants and seashells from your local environment. The book includes step-by-step instructions for prepaing materials, mixing glazes, testing samples, applying glazes and firing your work. Contributions from contemporary ceramicists who use natural glaze ingredients give detailed insight into their working methods and intriguing results.

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Kids & Clay Back to top of page

The Magic of Clay

The Magic of Clay

PB1950 • $18.95
The MAGIC OF CLAY is a colorful book that teaches the basics of working with clay. It is written for all age groups, but recommended for middle and high school students.

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Molds & Templates

Molds and Templates

23 projects demonstrating techniques for building and using molds and templates in your studio. Insruction on how to cast plaster molds, build wood and foam molds, learn to design craft foam and tar-paper templates, plus so much more! Inspiration is included from clay artists who have used molds and templates in their work for years.

PB2197 • $19.97 - special order - Qty:

 

Slipcasting

Small image of Slipcasting

Best known as one of the most widely used industrial ceramic techniques, slipcasting has become increasingly attractive to individual artists and craftspersons.Sasha Wardell's Slipcasting is a straightforward, practical guide for those interested in the boundless possibilities of the technique. The book contains more than one hundred color illustrations, diagrams, and slip formulas. An inspiring "Individual Approaches" chapter discusses the slipcast work of a variety of contemporary ceramicists from around the world.

PB2168 • $29.95 Qty:

 

The Essential Guide to Moldmaking & SlipCasting

Moldmaking is an invaluable skill for potters to create identical multiples of their work. This new edition of Andrew Martin's classic offers a thorough introduction addresses materials and tools, and presents Martin's simple, unique template method for making clay prototypes. The book overflows with hundreds of photos, key techniques, projects, master artist profiles, and troubleshooting tips. An extensive overview covers slip formulation, while offering highly desired slip recipes for low-, mid-, and high-fire clay bodies. This should be the standard reference in every ceramist's library.

PB1853 • $24.95 Qty:

Sculpture Back to top of page

Mastering Sculpture: The Figure in Clay

The Figure in Clay

PB2223 • $35.00
Cristina Cσrdova shows you how to use an armature for hollow forms ready to fire in a kiln. Patterns are provided to work in any size/scale you want. Photos cover the contruction and articulation of ALL parts of the body. This is a beautiful book with supplementary tips and insight to support the sculpting process and enhance naturalism. A complete set of model reference photos, anotomical illustrations, and gallery work from top artists will guide and inspire you.

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The Sculpting Book

The Sculpting Book

PB2202 • $24.99
Professional sculptor and instructor Ιlisabeth Bonvalot guides you through the types and properties of clays, materials and tools, four base techniques, roughing out, adding clay, detailing, engobe, firing, and patinas. From the ten lessons, the first five teach the elements of figure sculpting, focusing your attention on heads, faces, hands, feet, and the body. The next five explore skill building as you create a bas-relief portrait, an animal, a standing nude, a bust, and a lifesize figure. This comprehensive approach is perfect for people who love clay and have a can-do attitude, even with limited formal art class experience.

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Ceramic Sculpture: Making Faces

Ceramic Sculpture: Making Faces

PB2156 • $24.95
The human face in sculpture can be expressive and revealing, or guarded and mysterious. Ceramic artists often use small facial details to convey the feelings of their subjects. In this illustrated guide, ceramist and author Alex Irvine shows ceramic sculptors how to interpret facial expressions and effectively depict them in their work.

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Sculpture Techniques (Ceramic Arts Handbook Series)

Sculpture Techniques

PB2175 • $32.97
More than 30 artists share their designs and inspirations with helpful step-by-step photos throughout this book. The handbuilding techniques will expand your skills with new ways to create figurative and abstract sculptures. You will also see how the artists use alternate materials to provide strength and unusual effects that you can incorporate into your own designs.

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Ceramic Sculpture: Inspiring Techniques

Ceramic Sculpture: Inspiring Techniques

Clay provides more possibilities for sculpture than any other medium. Between these covers more than 20 artists demonstrate some of the infinite possibilities of clay for manifesting ideas into physical reality. Whether their sculptures are figurative or abstract, large or small, electric or wood-fired, and cast, thrown, coiled or sprayed, the variety is awe-inspiring. From primitive casting and pit-firing techniques to rapid prototype, ceramic artists are not timid about exploring technologies both old and new to express themselves.

PB2080 • $29.98 Qty:

 

Modeling & Sculpting the Human Figure

Modeling & Sculpting the Human Form

The republication of this highly valuable text by Edouard Lanteri, reknowned teacher, sculptor, and intimate friend of Rodin, shows the serious artist how to bridge the gap between artistic concept and figurative realization. This book is a goldmine of technical information beginning with a detailed study of modeling a head with descriptions of the anatomical features. The second part goes on to sculpting a bust from a live model with advice and directions for working with placement of the model, handling the clay, measurements, and creating realistic hair. In section three, sculpting in relief with drapery and medals. Amazing photographs, drawings and diagrams throughout this comprehensive resource for all sculptors.

PB255 • $17.95 Qty:

 

Modeling the Figure in Clay

Modeling the Figure in Clay

Master sculptor Bruno Lucchesi invites you on a guided tour of the human form. Follow him as he creates a figure in clay literally from the inside out, starting with the skeleton, laying on the muscles to show male and female anatomy, and finishing with a complete figure sculpture with every detail of face and hair carefully modeled.

PB101 • $21.95 Qty:

 

Modeling the Head in Clay

Renowned materials-2013 sculptor Bruno Lucchesi takes a single life-size head through all the stages of roughing in, modeling, refining the surface, and finishing and texturing. This enables the reader to see exactly how he positions and models every detail. The book demonstrates not just the highlights of the creative process, but every step from beginning to end.

PB102 • $22.99 Qty:

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Carve Your Clay

Carve Your Clay

Hilda Carr covers a wide range of decorative carving techniques from incising, combing, inlaying to sgraffito, faceting and fettling. 16 projects created in her signature style using step-by-step photography and easy to follow instructions. Simple guides show how to create form plus glaze and firing information suitable for all skill levels.

PB2214 • $26.99 Qty:

 

Image & Design Transfer Techniques

Image & Design Transfer

This book covers over thirty techniques that can be applied onto greenware, bisqueware and glazed ware. Paul Andrew Wandless is an expert printmaker and he utilizes those skills to create and transfer images onto clay surfaces using applique and paper transfers, embossing, stamping, stencils, silkscreening, etching, decals and a so much more. There are many wonderful artists whose works are highlighted and show how they use these techniques to create their art.

PB2173 • $32.97 Qty:

 

Ceramic Transfer Printing

Ceramic Transfer Printing

Did you ever wonder how artists were able to get photos, text and detailed patterns onto their glazed surfaces? This type of decoration is called 'transfer printing'. This book provides a close look at how you can create your own intricate patterns and images and apply them to your work. In addition to descriptions of several transfer techniques, you can also see how many other artists are using printing techniques with ceramics.

PB2127 • $32.97 Qty:

 

Floral Designs & Motifs

Floral Designs & Motifs

Floral images are some of the most beloved in the decorative arts. This book has a wide range of plants and flowers with their common names plus some well known alternative names.The majority of images are cultivated garden favorites that span each season from the early spring Crocus to the autumnal Chrysanthemum. Even some of the less desirable species known as "weeds" are shown as quite beautiful and deserve recognition as such. These designs may be reproduced up to 10 images may be used in any single project or publication.

PB1918 • $11.95 Qty:

 

The Artistic Anantomy of Trees

The Artistic Anantomy of Trees

For years greatly admired and widely used, this excellent text by one of Britain's foremost art instructors has achieved the status of a classic in its field. The author, also a noted landscape painter, offers complete and accurate instruction in painting and drawing trees to all serious artists — beginner or advanced, amateur or professional. Its extremely comprehensive and detailed coverage has earned this volume a permanent place in the libraries of landscape painters, students, and teachers.

PB2170 • $14.95 Qty:

 

261 North American Indian Designs

261 North American Indian Designs

Treasury of clearly drawn illustrations based on authentic design motifs created by the Sioux, Blackfoot, Apache, Cheyenne, Navajo, Hopi, Seminole, and other tribes. Adapted from textile patterns, wood carvings, ceramics, and other traditional craft forms, the royalty-free designs include abstract and floral motifs as well as human, animal, and mythical figures.

PB1926 • $6.95 Qty:

 

Art Anatomy of Animals

Art Anatomy of Animals

The naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton was an accomplished illustrator as well as book writer. Chapters cover a number of domesticated and wild species: the anatomy, size, and proportion of the lion, tiger, leopard, and other members of the cat family; bears as well as the camel, Indian elephant, and the caribou. Additional sections consider the horse in motion, the gallop of a dog, and bird feathering. A valuable reference for students and teachers alike.

PB2171 • $14.95 Qty:

 

Celtic Art

Celtic Art

Step-by-step procedures carefully introduce the simple rules and methods of Celtic knot work and the well-known designs from the great manuscripts and stone work. Later chapters build up to complex knot work, spiral work, and key pattern designs, with special coverage of alphabets and the stylized use of animals, humans, and plants. Over 225 different patterns with 110 historical and modern artifact designs, six complete alphabets and 25 decorative initials, plus animal and human figures used in the original Celtic works.

PB2169 • $18.95 Qty:

 

Big Book of Animal Illustrations

Big Book of Animal Illustrations

Selected and arranged by Maggie Kate, this books offers accurate representations of a wide range of animals. These are copyright free designs are arranged neatly within 16 categories such as North American Small Animals, Prehistoric Mammals, Horses of the World, Snakes, Insects and several more. Great for artists, illustrators, students and anyone interested in the wonderful world of creatures big and small.

PB1919 • $14.95 Qty:

 

Animals: Mammals, Birds, Fish & Insects

Animals: Mammals, Birds, Fish & Insects

Selected for its visual impact and ease of use, this outstanding collection of wood engravings presents over 1,000 species of animals in extremely lifelike poses. Includes many different versions of familiar mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects, and other invertebrates such as spiders, crabs, squid, earthworms, and more. Captions provide modern common-name identifications.

PB670 • $22.95 Qty:

 

Art Forms in Nature

Art Forms in Nature

Multitude of strangely beautiful natural forms: Radiolaria, Foraminifera, Ciliata, diatoms, calcareous sponges, Siphonophora, star corals, starfishes, Protozoa, flagellates, brown seaweed, jellyfishes, sea-lilies, moss animals, sea-urchins, glass sponges, leptomedusae, horny corals, trunkfishes, true sea slugs, anthomedusae horseshoe crabs, sea-cucumbers, octopuses, bats, orchids, sea wasps, seahorse, a dragonfish, a frogfish, much more. All images black-and-white, but ready for your designs.

PB405 • $15.95 Qty:

 

Art Nouveau Floral Patterns & Stencil Designs

Art Nouveau Floral Patterns & Stencil Designs

Magnificent collection of floral patterns and stencil designs created by one of the movement's finest artists, with 120 images of graceful garden flowers; foxglove, hollyhocks, columbine, lilies, among others, and 39 stencil designs of blossoming trees, reeds, mushrooms, oak leaves, peacocks, and more. Classic, copyright-free motifs will add elegance to your work.

PB1923 • $16.95 Qty:

 

African Designs

African Designs

Geoffrey Williams brings you an amazing book with a wide range of African designs useful for advertising, labels, patterns for textiles and wallpaper and other projects needing art work. Black and white images may be reproduced or altered to suit your needs. Images include human and animal figures; symbolic, abstract and geometric motifs; textural patterns as well as masks represented from several tribes within the 256 pages of this paperback book.

PB1929 • $16.95 Qty:

 

Traditional African Designs

Traditional African Designs

Over 200 authentic designs from Dahomey, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, Mali, Kenya, Ghana, and other African nations depict such unusual configurations as stylized lions, birds, fish, alligators, totemic figures, abstracts, geometrics and zigzags. Adapted from shields, masks, jewelry, textiles and other sources for copyright-free use.

PB2008 • $6.95 Qty:

 

Traditional Japanese Design Motifs

Traditional Japanese Design Motifs

Over 264 readily usable, royalty-free, authentic Japanese designs from ceramics, textiles, lacquerwork, screens, fans, woodblock prints and more. Includes plates grouped into seven categories: Plants & Flowers, Animal Life, Human Figures, Symbolic Objects, Geometric Patterns, Water & Wave forms, plus Ceramic Objects. Each category has a wide range of stunning variations on the major motifs.

PB1920 • $11.95 Qty:

 

Japanese Emblems & Designs

Japanese Emblems & Designs

Japenese design has been admired by many for their ingenuity, detailed patterns and amazing invention. Almost 800 copyright-free mon (emblems or crests) combine natural and geometric forms for striking effects. Ideal for jewelry, design, mosaics and more. The great artist Hokusai has several designs included from an extremely rare 1824 publication. Jack Hillier is a well known authority on Japanese art who provides his perspective on this beautiful design book.

PB373 • $14.95 Qty:

 

Japanese Floral Patterns & Motifs

Japanese Floral Patterns & Motifs

45 royalty-free floral designs based on Japanese art and costume with a wide variety of patterns and motifs: allover patterns, individual nature scenes, grand floral sprays or tree branches, and some featuring birds and butterflies, some delicate and full of fine detail, others bolder in concept. Madeleine Orban-Szontagh has adapted these designs from watercolors, screens, lacquer boxes, wall hangings, the fabulous costumes of the Noh drama, and many examples of kimonos — all dating from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries.

PB2089 • $6.95 Qty:

 

Persian Designs & Motifs

Persian Designs & Motifs

Ali Dowlatshahi is a native Iranian and well-known artist. This book spans the full spectrum of Iranian art, including the Achaemenian, Parthian, Sassanian, and Safavid eras. The designs are drawn from textiles (weaves, printed fabrics, embroidery, carpets), ceramics (pottery and tile), carved and incised work (stucco, stone, metal), miscellaneous ornament, book illustration, and calligraphy. Motifs include floral patterns, geometrics, arabesques, mythical creatures, rosettes, paisley patterns, palmettes, medallions, border and marginal decorations, scrolls, curves, and hunting scenes.

PB382 • $14.95 Qty:

 

5000 Designs & Motifs

5000 Designs & Motifs

Indian artists have developed a wide range of unique and decorative artistic styles. Author Ajit Mookerjee draws on that heritage adapted from seals, dolls, and toys of the Harappa culture; punch-marked coins and pottery from South India; Ajanta and Bagh murals; Muslim monuments; Buddhist temples; textiles from Gujarat, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and other regions; and much more.

PB397 • $16.95 Qty:

 

A Treasury of Design for Artists & Craftsmen

A Treasury of Design for Artists & Craftsmen

Gregory Mirow provides all designs in line, and can be used as they are or colored to achieve new optical effects. Designs are based on sprigs of flowers, fruits and vegetables, birds, animals, and scenic; ancient motifs; Pennsylvania Dutch designs; folk art of Mexico, South America, and Scandinavia; dozens of paisley patterns; op art stripes, plaids, and geometrics; Art Nouveau florals and medallions; designs suggestive of cross-stitching, antique valentines, snowflakes, and quilt patterns.

PB768 • $12.95 Qty:

 

Symbols, Signs & Signets

Symbols, Signs & Signets

Ernst Lehner, an expert in the field of graphic art, gives you 13 sections: Symbolic Gods and Deities; Astronomy and Astrology; Alchemy, Magic, and Mystic; Church and Religion; Heraldry; Monsters and Imaginary Figures; Japanese Crests; Marks and Signets; Watermarks (fourteenth–eighteenth centuries); Printer's Marks (fifteenth–seventeenth centuries); Cattle Brands; and Hobo Signs. All the signs, symbols, and signets are pictured in black and white on strikingly laid out pages, with full explanatory notes for both lay readers and specialists.

PB769 • $18.95 Qty:

 

159 Celtic Designs

159 Celtic Designs

The eye-catching intricacies of Celtic design, organic shapes, often incorporating sinuous interlacements of animal and abstract motifs, blend with both traditional and contemporary settings. Amy Lusebrink presents over 150 Celtic borders, alphabets, and decorative designs. Each design has been clearly and boldly drawn to provide the clearest possible image for reproduction. The letters, borders, and motifs are presented in a variety of interesting shapes and sizes to find the design that best suits your needs.

PB791 • $6.95 Qty:

 

Treasury of Flower Designs

Treasury of Flower Designs

Susan Gaber's garden is a black-and-white Eden of lush flower design — 100 botanically accurate garden flowers. All the drawings may be used royalty-free. The flowers are drawn with sinuously weaving leaves and stems, flowing and swaying as in a breeze on the page: some of the flowers appear several times, and many of the drawings form frames, repeating borders, and motifs. The flowers, many full-page, include African Violet, Begonia, Orchid Cactus, Columbine, Daffodil, Dogwood, Iris, Peony, Snapdragon, Tobacco, and more.

PB1917 • $8.95 Qty:

 

Traditional Chinese Designs

Traditional Chinese Designs

Stanley Applebaum created this superb collection of 218 royalty-free patterns. Selected from various illustrated booklets published throughout the People's Republic of China and in Hong Kong. These motifs show a variety of sizes, shapes, and styles, useful borders, frames, and corners, as well as peonies, lotus, chrysanthemums, pine, bamboo, and plum blossoms. Plus real and fabulous Chinese animals, cloud and water motifs, geometric and abstract patterns, ideographs, and more.

PB1921 • $6.95 Qty:

 

Northwest Coast Indian Designs

Northwest Coast Indian Designs

Noted illustrator Madeleine Orban-Szontagh renders designs produced by the Indians of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and the western coast of Canada: Nootka, Kwakiutl, Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, and other groups. More than 270 original designs include stylized plants, birds and animals, abstract borders and repeating patterns, totemic images and symbols, and a host of other decorative elements. These arresting and beautiful Native American images are a rich source of design inspiration.

PB1924 • $7.95 Qty:

 

Southwestern Indian Designs

Southwestern Indian Designs

Dianne Gaspas gives you clearly rendered in fine detail, these 30 royalty-free illustrations depicting a wide array of patterns taken from rugs, masks, sand paintings, pottery, jewelry, baskets, and other artifacts created by southwestern Native Americans. Included are geometrical designs on a Navajo woven saddlebag, a Chumash rock painting of mythical creatures, a colorful Hopi kachina doll, a lovely Acoma bowl decorated with floral & animal designs, an Apache "crown headdress," and 25 other handsome motifs.

PB1925 • $6.95 Qty:

 

Designs from Pre-Columbian Mexico

Designs from Pre-Columbian Mexico

A source of 300 original motifs created by the Aztecs, Toltecs, Totonacs, and others. Found on malacates, small clay spindle weights or whorls made by the pre-Conquest peoples of Mexico and discovered in archeological digs. Rendered in sharp black-and-white, the designs may be reproduced, enlarged, reduced, or altered at will. The designs were selected by Jorge Enciso, an outstanding figure in the cultural life of Mexico, from malacates in the archeological museums of Mexico City, Teotihuacαn, and Tuxtla Gutiιrrez, and the collections of Diego Rivera, William Spratling, Roberto Montenegro, and others.

PB1927 • $8.95 Qty:

 

Islamic Designs

Islamic Designs

This handsome book, with over 250 bold black-and-white illustrations ? all permission-free ? offers elements of authentic Turkish design. Plant motifs, animals, birds of myth and legend, from dragons to harpies, along with chain patterns, geometric and symbolic motifs, architectural forms, stylized suns and moons, rosettes and borders, calligraphic lettering, and Turkish adaptations of rococo designs are represented. Design s in many sizes and shapes have been included in this outstanding collection, every detail rendered in a clear, easily reproducible image.

PB1930 • $16.95 Qty:

 

Authentic Turkish Designs

Authentic Turkish Designs

Japenese design has been admired by many for their ingenuity, detailed patterns and amazing invention. Almost 800 copyright-free mon (emblems or crests) combine natural and geometric forms for striking effects. Ideal for jewelry, design, mosaics and more. The great artist Hokusai has several designs included from an extremely rare 1824 publication. Jack Hillier is a well known authority on Japanese art who provides his perspective on this beautiful design book.

PB2083 • $6.95 Qty:

 

Decorative Flower & Leaf Designs

Decorative Flower & Leaf Designs

A rich selection of floral and foliate motifs, reprinted from a rare German collection of the late nineteenth century, with 124 royalty-free stylized designs. Buds, blossoms, stalks, and foliage are depicted in a simple and attractive style reminiscent of the woven fabric patterns of the early northern Renaissance. Ideal for many practical uses — stenciling, leatherwork and metalwork, fabric painting, textile design, and more — the motifs are also valuable simply for design inspiration.

PB2084 • $7.95 Qty:

 

Southeast Asian Designs

Southeast Asian Designs

These authentic southeast Asian motifs present over 100 stunning images, carefully and artfully rendered by Marty Noble from a variety of artifacts, represent the area's principal countries: Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Malaysia. Depicted are serene Buddhas, sandstone sculptures, textile designs, details from decorative panels, temple ornaments, a shadow puppet, papier mβchι masks, and a host of other motifs. These entrancing, permission-free illustrations will inspire your designs and creativity.

PB2085 • $6.95 Qty:

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Ceramic Art Tile for the Home

Ceramic Art Tile for the Home

This book is a wonderful introduction to art tile, loaded with ideas and resources that will charm and inspire. Hundreds of breathtaking photographs of installations in and out of the home show the work of today's leading contemporary tile artists. Chapters include a history of tile making in America, how art tile is made, visiting a tile showroom, designing with art tile, trends in art tile, what to expect during installation, and ceramic art in public spaces. A large resource index and a directory of artists is included.

PB1896 • $29.95 Qty:

 

Handmade Tiles

Ceramic Art Tile for the Home

Frank Giorgini brings you an easy-to-understand and an enthusiastic treatment of the art of making tiles. This book provides a wealth of practical information, from design and formation, through decoration and installation. Plus you will find information on mosaics, how to make your own tools and equipment, create flat and relief tiles, and firing your work. An excellent and very practical book filled with inspirational how-to photos.

PB2210 • $24.95 Qty:

 

Handmade Tile

Handmade Tile

Forrest Lesch-Middleton shares everything he has learned as the founder and owner of a custom ceramic tile business. Either to make your own or to use custom-made tile in your home, this book covers it all; making tile, decorating, designing your space, installation plus galleries and interviews with top working artists.

PB2206 • $35.00 Qty:

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