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Sherd Illustration: a Novice's guide

Hello everyone! To start off Ceramic Panic, I will provide a brief overview of my attempts at drawing a 1/1 scale illustration of a Roman Black-Burnished-ware rim sherd, as well as give my thoughts on drawing and it’s relevance in the modern age of computer modeling we live in. 499 more words


Nigerian Cultural Norms

The morning that I arrived in Abuja, my luggage did not arrive with me. I left Baltimore with two suitcases and one carry-on. However, I arrived in Abuja with just the carry-on to my name. 690 more words

Expat Life

This journey of Violets continues with shy Clivias.

Creating secret areas in a small garden is very possible. Just allow growing things to go their own way. We rarely take plants out, instead provide freedom for whatever might want to grow.  366 more words

Gerard Oosterman

The Last Pot of the Second Session

This was my first attempt at making an orchid pot, inspired by a pot I already had, made by someone who knew what they were doing. 74 more words

Beginning Pottery

Our 1st Exhibition at National Heart Center Singapore "Art for the Hearts" event, 30 Oct to 3 Nov 2017

Our series of annual charity exhibitions this year begin with a new site, at the National Heart Center Singapore. Do drop by together with your family and friends to support a good cause and our local ceramic artists. 16 more words


Pottery by Cecilie Elliott

In New Plymouth Cecilie is far better known for her love of the outdoors than for art. She is the Swimming Education Adviser for the Taranaki and Wanganui region, she has a few marathons under her belt and likes to spend most of her free time at the beach. 376 more words