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Ceramic Art

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Jing Shien

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Transcript of Ceramic Art

The History Of Ceramic
24,000-14,000B.C.
Step Of Making process
Advanced Ceramic
Outline of Presentation
Introduction
History
Making Process
Advanced Ceramic
What
In art history, ceramics and ceramic art mean art objects.
The word "ceramics" comes from the Greek keramikos meaning "pottery".
Ceramics is the art and science of making objects from inorganic, non-metallic materials by the action of heat.

9,000-10,000B.C.
5,000-8,000B.C.
-These ceramics were found in

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Ceramic figurines
used for ceremonial purposes
-Archeologists have uncovered human-made ceramics that date back to at least 24,000 BC.
Czechoslovakia
Ceramic figurines
Animal fat
Bone
Bone ash
Calcined clay
(fine clay material)
At 14,000,
first tiles made in Mesopotamia and India

Pottery making begins
-Tiles were manufactured in Mesopotamia and India.
-The first use of functional pottery vessels for storing water and food.
-Clay bricks were also made around the same time.

-Glass discovered in Egypt


Glazes
Glazing technique

Duncan, Mayco and Western glazes

Salt glaze pottery

Ceramic Art
Clay Preparation
Wedging
Forming
Drying
Leatherhard

Greenware
Bisque Firing
Glazing
Glaze Firing
Overglaze Firing


Clay preparetion
-Finding of a plastic clay body


Wedging
To remove all air bubbles.

Forming
Wheel
Slab
Coil
Pinch
Mold
Wheel
Slab
Coil
Drying
To slow down the process:
-wrapped in soft sheets of plastic
-placed in the DAMP ROOM
Dry too fast, causing cracking.

Leatherhard
Times to refine the piece:
-carving excess clay
-adding handles or decorative elements -trimming the footring of a bowl.
Greenware
Means dried completely.

It is hard and no flexibility.
Bisque firing
The temperature is rise slowly and bisque firing takes 3 days.

Porosity remains. (rought)
Glazing
Glaze Firing
Becomes colourful and lusters


Overglaze Firing
Fired at low temperature

Ceramic Industrial
Type of
Cements



White wares
Refractories
Glasses
Abrasives
Properties of Ceramic
Hard and strong
Easily to mould and glazed
Chemically inert and non-corrosive
Very high melting point
Inert and non-compressible
The end
Thank You~
Is stage of partial dryness.


-Experts estimate that it was not until 1500B.C.
-That glass was produced endependtly of ceramics and fashioned into seperate items.

To thoroughly homogenize the clay
Lets enjoy......
Conclusion
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