Transcript: clay 101 Three main types, Earthnware Stoneware High fire- terracotta Clay Tools Functional vs. Non-Fuctional Wedging NO AIR POCKETS!or else... FIRING and glazing PROCESS up to 2000 degrees! Glazing up to 1800 degrees! TEXTURED WALL ART 5 of more different textures Proper hanging functions Proper attachment and wedging Painted well FOR TODAY Grab some clay! Explore and Experiment! Sketch out ideas TEXTURED WALL ART ASSIGNMENT how hot do you think the kiln gets? SLIP AND SCORE cross-hatch apply slip and attach! CERAMICS
Transcript: lion car Functional Popeye Mighty Mouse Debra Fritts Kat McIver Robert Arneson Merino's artwork reflects the quintessential American art movement of Jazz. For Merino, it is the imperfections that make something or someone beautiful. Mastery comes from talent honed, skill and practice mixed, so that the skill is engrained. Mastery is not domination of the medium but the opposite...letting go, allowing the process to create. At his best, a swipe of Merino's brush is like a breath of Louis Armstrong pushed through a trumpet: spontaneous, immediate and unbridled. The result is a shadow of the sublime. Kristen Morgin Sculptural Ceramics Tony Merino "My decision to focus on making pots comes from a deep appreciation of food, celebration, and setting a beautiful table. I also feel that pots help me connect with people on a very basic human level. In this "age of communication," where most communicating is done via high-tech equipment and machines, and so much food is being eaten out of paper, plastic or Styrofoam I feel I can communicate through my pots by bringing some creative life into the daily rituals of eating and drinking. I truly believe that a hand made pot contains the soul and energy of the person who made it, and that with use, a real human connection is made. I feel that these real connections between people are essential to keeping alive the soul in all of us." cello Sandi Pierantonzzi Arneson rejected the idea that ceramic artists produce only utilitarian or decorative items. He began creating non-functional clay pieces, contradicting the more formal traditions previously associated with this medium. He created a number of self-portraits using photographs, mirrors, and drawings; each one seemed to reveal a new identity. final pieces are unfired clay Marko Fields "As reliquary art these sculptures have been created with the intention for you to be able to honor someone or something in your life, whether it, a specific loved one ,your ancestors, or an aspect of yourself. Every SpiritKeeper has a drawer, or opening in which to place, ashes, sacred relics, an intention, or a symbol." Roswell, GA Debra works intuitively, expressing the figure through narrative stories based on the mysteries and joys of daily life. Her goal is always to reach the core: the spiritual level of the sculpture. Then the work can speak.
Transcript: CERAMICS Project by Louis DiGiacomo & Michael Roca What is a ‘ceramic’? Ceramic materials are inorganic, nonmetallic materials. Most ceramics are compounds between metallic and nonmetallic elements for which the interatomic bonds are either totally ionic or predominantly ionic but having some covalent character. Most common ceramics are crystalline, the definition of ceramic is often restricted to inorganic crystalline materials. Traditional ceramic raw materials include clay minerals such as kaolinite, whereas more recent materials include aluminium oxide. Ceramics generally can withstand very high temperatures, such as temperatures that range from 1,000 °C to 1,600 °C (1,800 °F to 3,000 °F). The term ceramic comes from the Greek word keramikos, which means burnt stuff, indicating that desirable properties of these materials are normally achieved through a high-temperature heat treatment process called firing. The earliest ceramics were pottery objects made from clay, either by itself or mixed with other materials, hardened in fire. Later ceramics were glazed and fired to create a colored, smooth surface. What are the properties that make ceramics so useful? Most ceramics consist of one or more varieties of a metal oxide. A metal oxide is a compound of a metal and oxygen—when the metal is bonded to the oxygen its properties can change dramatically. For instance, when it is bonded with oxygen, the metal aluminum, which is valued for its flexibility and capacity to conduct electricity and heat, becomes a hard, brittle, electrically and thermally insulating ceramic known as alumina. How are Ceramics made? Firing is the process by which ceramics have traditionally been made. During firing, there is reaction between the mixture of inorganic elements and compounds at temperatures as high as 2000°F. Just as in ancient times, today's pottery is made by digging clay from the ground, mixing it with water to make it flexible, shaping it on a wheel or in a mold, and then firing it in a kiln The latest industrial ceramics sometimes demand more advanced production processes. Extremely tough ceramics made of silicon nitride are made by a method called reaction bonding. This involves forming silicon powder into the desired shape then heating it with nitrogen gas. Because the silicon powder already occupies the same volume as the finished product, grains of silicon nitride can form only by fusing together tightly. Barium titanate BaTiO3 Properties Molecular formula BaTiO3 Molar mass 233.192 g/mol Appearance white crystals Density 6.02 g/cm3, solid Melting point 1625 °C Solubility in water insoluble Solubility slightly soluble in dilute mineral acids; dissolves in concentrated sulfuric acid and hydrofluoric acid The best-known ceramics are pottery, glass, brick, porcelain, and cement. Ceramics are generally thought of as inorganic and nonmetallic solids with a range of useful properties, including very high hardness and strength, extremely high melting points, and good electrical and thermal insulation. Crystalline ceramic materials are not amenable to a great range of processing. Methods for dealing with them tend to fall into one of two categories – either make the ceramic in the desired shape, or by "forming" powders into the desired shape, and then sintering to form a solid body. Ceramic forming techniques include shaping by hand or throwing, slip casting, tape casting, injection molding, dry pressing, and other variations. Noncrystalline ceramics, being glasses, tend to be formed from melts. The glass is shaped when either fully molten, by casting, or when in a state of toffee-like viscosity, by methods such as blowing to a mold. If later heat treatments cause this glass to become partly crystalline, the resulting material is known as a glass-ceramic Over the last several decades, bioceramics have helped improve the quality of life for millions of people. These specially designed materials—polycrystalline aluminum oxide, hydroxyapatite (a mineral of calcium phosphate that is also the major component of vertebrate bone), partially stabilized zirconium oxide, bioactive glass or glass-ceramics, and polyethylene-hydroxyapatite composites—have been successfully used for the repair, reconstruction, and replacement of diseased or damaged parts of the body, especially bone. For instance, aluminum oxide has been used in orthopedic surgery for more than 20 years as the joint surface in total hip prostheses because of its exceptionally low coefficient of friction and minimal wear rates. Ceramics are familiar to us as materials that can be formed into objects that have a range of useful properties: not conducting electricity, resisting corrosion, and being hard, durable, and waterproof. Crystalline Ceramics . What are Ceramics used for? What do all Ceramics have in common? The Origin of Ceramics Noncrystalline Ceramics BIOCERAMICS
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Transcript: CERAMICS Introduction Ceramic tiles are good idea for: 1-Houses floor 2-Kitchen back-ground 3-Walls toilet because it’s resist the damp,it don’t absorb liquids or smells, it’s resist the fire and tiles keep it’s colour Producing Steps 1- The fundamental ingredient is talc (fine mineral),it’s mixed with other chemical material it’s stay asecret to the maker company. 2-These ingredients put in blender to dry to 7% water and 93% powder. 3-The materials mixe for 12 minutes. 4-Tiles removed by motional band to grinder for thin it’s build to produce tiles it’s area 10.8 square centimeter. 5-In this step: motional salver put part of mixtures in cast. Then,the piston down to applying temperature and load in the same time. This processe make mixture cohesive and more hardiness. 6-Band turn the tiles for the right design without break tiles. *NOTE:tiles should it’s surface cleen without dust to paint pasting on tiles surface. The factors use water paint ,it’s move continiously to good mix for colour 8-the tiles remove through four spray places. 9-Then ,the tiles transport under heat elements to dry the pian in aseconds. 10-The factors carry tiles in wood stand,then put it’s in oven run in gas. 11-tiles bake:this processe take 14 houres. Finaly after one houre of cooling the tile become hardiness and officinal to paste on wall 7- Then,the rounder brush clean tiles surface. *NOTE: all of equipment are setting for processing for tiles in delicate in all producing steps. *NOTE:any exchange in tempareture cause breaking in tiles so the bake processe begin from 200c then it’s gradual increasing to become 1075c then it’s decreasing gradual.
Transcript: Field Archaeology Series on Thursday December 8, 2011 Charlotte Maxwell-Jones Obstacles Screw up spine, see the hospital murals Session Two: Summer 2011 Delegation Archeologique Francaise en Afghanistan (DAFA) Bactra: Background and Previous Research Material Bodybuilding Ceramics in Afghanistan Two Seasons of Research on the Ancient Pottery of Bactra 1km Questions: changes in daily life and trade at the beginning and end of the hellenistic period in Bactria Problems: lack of published dates or dating systems, loose ceramic chronologies Solutions: use the large unstudied body of pottery from Bactra and make a detailed ceramic chronology Future Research Babur's Gardens Work Results Comparanda Get sick Golf? Play Current Work Methodology Go to the Zoo TheDissertation Project Session 1: Fall 2010 Trunks: aka Nemesis incarnate Get dirty Networking Permission Organizing Shape Typology Ceramic Chronology Getting at changes in trade Imbibe Entertain the animals Location and Historical Background
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Transcript: If she can do it then so can you! Once the pot hardens to the point that your finger prints no longer show you can carve a more attractive bottom on it Step by step we will go through the basic techniques of how to create a ceramic pot 1. The basics on how to throw a pot on the potter's wheel 2. What it looks like to throw a bowl on the wheel 3. What glazes and paints look like Glaze vs. Paint 10. Finished Tools you will Need 7. Make sure everything is even Read the label Can be toxic or non-toxic Tricky colors Shake before use Layer it on thick at least 2 times Wash paintbrush before using a different color to prevent contamination Overlap colors (order matters) Cant tell what it is going to look like until after it is fired Can glaze before it is fired and after 1. Learn the steps to make a pot or a bowl on the potter's wheel 2. Watch a video of someone making a pot 3. Learn about glazes and paints 3. Form a dome that is centered to the wheel Carving a Bottom to your Bowl In 10 minutes you will... PAINTS 1. knead the clay 6. Pull the walls out to form a different shape GLAZES Now You Know... Make sure you wear clothes that can get dirty or a smock Have your hair tied back and out of your face Gather all materials before starting your project (left to right) Before You Begin... 6. Adjust the height of the walls Dry Brush Painting Mix black paint with water and cover the entire project Choose a color paint Dip a completely dry paintbrush in the color Wipe most of the paint off on a paper towel Apply what is left on the brush on your project This brings out the texture Repeat the process with different colors to create a layered look Greater control when using paint Can NOT put a painted project in the kiln Potter's needle Loop and Ribbon tools Small sponge Wire-cutter Ribs and Scrappers Wooden modeling tools Bucket of water It is very difficult to throw on the wheel with a large amount of clay The Firing Process 2. Secure the clay to the bat in the center of the wheel 8. Trim the base Potter's Wheel Once your pot looks exactly how you want it to it must be fired in a kiln This process is permanent They heat up to 1800 degrees F (depending on the size) Takes up to 18 hours to bake the ceramics Ceramics It's Not as Easy as it Looks by Rebecca Simmons 8. Fix the rim 4. Open the pot 5. Pull the walls up 8. Add texture or lines 9. Cut the pot off the wheel The Clay "Olympics" How to Throw on the Potter's Wheel
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