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by Alex McErlain

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ISBN:
1847972160
Author:
Alex McErlain
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Language:
English
Publisher:
Crowood Press; Reprint edition (May 1, 2011)
Pages:
176 pages
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1706 kb
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1159 kb
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176 pages : 29 cm. "The core of the book deals with the processes, including clay preparation, how to begin throwing, developing skills and dealing with complex forms. Step-by-step photos follow the throwing of various pot types and capture the delicate methods of pulling a handle or fitting a spout"-Front flap. Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN13:9781861264848. Release Date:May 2002.

Author:McErlain, Alex. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Sold alia (385349)99. 2% positive FeedbackContact seller. The Art of Throwing by Alex McErlain (Hardback, 2002).

The Art of Throwing" examines the practical nature of throwing pots and provides a historical background to. .

The Art of Throwing" examines the practical nature of throwing pots and provides a historical background to act as inspiration. A new book published by The Crowood Press in 2010. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Alex McErlain studied ceramics at Stoke on Trent College of Art and now teaches degree courses at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he is senior lecturer in three-dimensional design.

ISBN 10: 1861264844, ISBN 13: 9781861264848

ISBN 10: 1861264844, ISBN 13: 9781861264848. This book places the practical nature of throwing pots into a wider perspective, beginning with a look at some historical examples that provide an inspiring background to the study. It then analyzes throwing as a form of expression, exploring ideas and the way artists develop them. The core of the book examines the processes, including clay preparation, beginning throwing, and developing skills. Step-by-step color photos follow the throwing of various pot types and capture delicate methods, such as the pulling of a handle.

Опубликовано: 5 авг. 2010 г. This is the excellent book that I recommend for all throwers. Building Inbetween - Lower Places Mix. Исполнитель.

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New in paperback, this manual isaimed at both potters andpotteryenthusiasts, explaining not only how clay pots are made, but why they are made and the factors that influence the way they lookThrowing is more than a technique: in order for thrown pots to have meaning, it is vital that the integral role played by materials, process, context, and precedent is considered. This book places the practical nature of throwing pots into a wider perspective, beginning with a look at some historical examples that provide an inspiring background to the study. It then analyzes throwing as a form of expression, exploring ideas and the way artists develop them. The core of the book examines the processes, including clay preparation, beginning throwing, and developing skills. Step-by-step color photos follow the throwing of various pot types and capture delicate methods, such as the pulling of a handle. Lavish photos of finished work and interviews with leading potters then demonstrate the diverse ways in which throwing is used and the opportunities it presents. Learning the potter's language of expression is a lifetime’s work: this book provides a place to begin.