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Karen Newgard, "I have chosen to use the sgrafitto carving technique on porcelain because it gives me a graphic quality and clarity of image. I finish the wheel thrown pots in a salt kiln that does the glazing for me and preserves the carved areas. I am influenced by many pottery traditions as well as my peers in Western North Carolina."

Karen Newgard, "I have chosen to use the sgrafitto carving technique on porcelain because it gives me a graphic quality and clarity of image. I finish the wheel thrown pots in a salt kiln that does the glazing for me and preserves the carved areas. I am influenced by many pottery traditions as well as my peers in Western North Carolina."

Katherine Hackl Pottery & Tiles: Sgraffitto Pottery

Katherine Hackl Pottery & Tiles: Sgraffitto Pottery

Katsushika Hokusai

Katsushika Hokusai

Rita Vali  |  Rectangular Thrown Jar.

Rita Vali | Rectangular Thrown Jar.

10.01.2016 kintsugi

10.01.2016 kintsugi

* Vase by catrulz *

* Vase by catrulz *

棗(Natsume)蓮蒔絵

棗(Natsume)蓮蒔絵

The Whaling Vessel by sarahogren, via Flickr

The Whaling Vessel by sarahogren, via Flickr

Mishima teabowl, "Kimura", 16-17th century, Japan

Mishima teabowl, "Kimura", 16-17th century, Japan

Ceramic jar with Bird,green pottery jar ,Little Clay Bird on Jar, raku fired art pottery

Ceramic jar with Bird,green pottery jar ,Little Clay Bird on Jar, raku fired art pottery

宮村 秀明 Hideaki Miyamura

宮村 秀明 Hideaki Miyamura

Karen Newgard- Square lidded- sgrafitto on porcelain- salt kilnSquare-Jars

Karen Newgard- Square lidded- sgrafitto on porcelain- salt kilnSquare-Jars

Fantastic industrial-style decoration

Fantastic industrial-style decoration

Katherine Hackl Pottery & Tiles: Sgraffitto Pottery

Katherine Hackl Pottery & Tiles: Sgraffitto Pottery

"Form 0704: Twisting Back Multiplying" by Harumi Nakashima, a 2007 ceramic sculpture of cobalt pigment applied to white porcelain

"Form 0704: Twisting Back Multiplying" by Harumi Nakashima, a 2007 ceramic sculpture of cobalt pigment applied to white porcelain

Westville Art Blog: April 2014

Westville Art Blog: April 2014