Roland Elac Tester on fri 6 apr 01
3 books on ceramics
Craft and Art of Clay -Susan Peterson
Wheel Thrown Ceramics -Don Davis
Hamada: Potter -Bernard Leach
R. E. Tester
somewhere in the State of Franklin
tomsawyer on fri 6 apr 01
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have only 3 books on ceramics, what would they be?
Des Howard on sat 7 apr 01
My three would be:
"Pioneer Pottery" - Michael Cardew
"The Potters Alternative" - Harry Davis
"Notes for Potters in Australia" - Ivan McMeekin
> Our moderator likes to throw out topics for discussion every now and then so mel if you don't mind I have one for the group. If you were to have only 3 books on ceramics, what would they be?
Des & Jan Howard
LUE NSW 2850
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Dannon Rhudy on sat 7 apr 01
>> Our moderator likes to throw out topics
......If you were to have only 3 books on ceramics,
what would they be?.....
Right now, today:
Hamer & Hamer's "Potter's Dictionary of
Materials & Techniques"
Vince Pitelka's "Clay: A Studio Handbook"
Those two for "how" & general reference.
Then one for "why". Leach's book, or
perhaps Yanagi's....or maybe not either of those.
"Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance"?
Or Wildenhain's "Invisible Core"? Or just some
compilation of images, to remind me of all the
Hmmm. "Why" is more difficult to choose, likely
to change with passing days - I'll be like Scarlett:
think about that tomorrow.
steve dalton on sun 8 apr 01
My 3 favorite books...Pioneer Pottery, A Potters Book and Jack Troy's
Woodfired Stoneware and Porcelain.
Clear Creek Pottery
>Subject: Favorite books
>Date: Fri, Apr 06, 2001, 6:16 PM
>If you were to have only 3 books on ceramics, what would they be?
James Bowen on sun 8 apr 01
At the moment
Tableware in Clay by Karen Ann Wood (was Shino
and Oribe Ceramics -JAL)
Cushing's Handbook by Val M Cushing (was
Clay and Glaze Compendium for the USC Ceramic
Dept by Virginia Scotchie (Ash Glazes by Phil