17″ porcelain plate
To be continued
Perfect! It is ready for bisque. I’ll finish the job after return from my Taiwan solo show. Drop by if you happen in Taiwan!活著的泥土─曾章成陶藝個展台灣鶯歌陶瓷博物館Living Clay — Ceramics by Johnson TsangYingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan2013.12.07～2014.01.19http://www.ceramics.ntpc.gov.tw/en-us/Home.ycmhttp://www.ceramics.ntpc.gov.tw/Control/Exhibition.ycm?pr=902&Lang=TW
I designed and made these steel tools myself 18 years ago. It works very well for glaze dipping. For this big plate, I need two.
I pull the clear glaze into a wider bucket for dipping.
Done! Ready for hi-firing.
Unpacking the kiln i’s the most exciting moment. Love to see this happy dragon comes alive.
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Lovely! It’s a great pleasure to follow the process of creation of your pieces – shear magic!
Can I ask you a question though – how do you smooth the things out? Do you use soft hair brush? Sponge? Piece of foam? Or, maybe, a sheet of thin plastic which you carefully make cling to the surface? I’d love to hear from you, thank you very much!
So much suspense, image to image, and now, for the kiln. Inspiring, thank you.
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I can never get enough of your work. Watching it come to life makes it much more amazing than simply seeing the finished product alone. I wish I was in Taiwan to see your show earlier. Do you think you’ll ever have one in America?
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