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On task options 12/03/2010 z Complete Critique! zEmploying hand built sculpture methods by completing, polishing (burnishing) and texturing coil vessels.

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2 On task options 12/03/2010 z Complete Critique! zEmploying hand built sculpture methods by completing, polishing (burnishing) and texturing coil vessels. ySketching kiln clay rattler critters! zClean up clay in Grey SINKs. z All greenware on boards by period. zSelf critique for story tiles must be turned in to have piece ready to paint by next week.

3 AGENDA CHECK 12/06 zHave agenda open from Nov 29-Dec 6 show six entries for six points. zPick up work if any in pick up folder zHave a piece of lined paper out for notes. zWriting utensil used to write name and period on top right of paper.

4 Notes on Kiln Kritters or Clay Critters zExpectations yKiln Kritter must not blow up.(double check that air valve is open). yKiln Kritter must have appendages that STAY attached. This is the relief. yKiln Kritter must rattle. yKiln Kritter must have no sharp edges. yKiln Kritter must be completely and neatly painted yKiln Kritter must be stable, able to stand flat.

5 Notes on Kiln Kritters or Clay Critters zCriteria for critique: yAppendages: Kiln Kritter must have appendages that STAY attached. This is the relief. yCraftsmanship: Kiln Kritter must rattle. Kiln Kritter must have no sharp edges. yPainting: Kiln Kritter must be completely and neatly painted yStable: Kiln Kritter must be stable, able to stand flat.

6 Procedures: zGet a lump of clay. zSplit lump of clay in half. zTake a little clay from the largest half of 2 clay lumps and make 1-8 equal sized spheres of clay. * zWrap those spheres of clay carefully in tissue paper, keeping spheres round. yFrom the two lumps of clay not in tissue paper continue following steps: More spheres rattle higher, tinkly LESS means lower sounding rattle

7 Procedures: zCreate TWO, SIMILAR 2 inch pots yMake both lumps of clay into two even sized spheres of clay. zTake one sphere and poke thumb into center leaving 1/4 inch between thumb and forefinger. zSlowly and gently pinch and turn with thumb only on the inside. zThe goal is to create EVEN WALLS of clay while leaving the top edge rounded. Repeat with second sphere of clay

8 Procedures: zBE sure pinch pots have EQUAL CIRCUMFERENCE remember making TWO, SIMILAR 2 inch pots! zScore and slip the top edges of the pinch pots. * zDrop tissue covered spheres into one of the pinch pots. Remember to dab when score and slip DO NOT RUB THE EDGE

9 Procedures: zStarting from one point on each pot, match their edges up, working slowly around SLOWLY SQUISH AND WIGGLE the pinch pots together. zMarry the pinch pots together by moving a little clay from the side of one pinch pot onto the other, alternately up one, down other. Working all around rattle. zSmooth and Shape CAREFULLY by rolling and/or tapping. Remember air valve is important or will BLOW UP!

10 Procedures: zPoke a small hole in the hollow sphere. zWrite your name on a small piece of paper towel and place in designated area. zEnd of day one work Remember air valve is important or will BLOW UP!

11 Clean up Both Days z Name and period on work, (in locker day 1, drying rack day 2) zWipe off materials and little “clean”clay into ORANGE BUCKET, dirty clay in TRASH zAll tools rinsed, wiped and returned. zWipe off hands and wipe off tables. yRemember check air valve, do not touch others work!!

12 Day Two Procedures: Create appendages and attach by: Scoring and slipping any areas that will need to be attached. Squish and wiggle all attachments; maybe with extra supports. Attach feet last! Tap feet after attachment GENTLY, but firmly DOUBLE CHECK your air valve is open. Remember kritter has to stand flat, be stable!

13 Clean Up Both Days zWipe tools and extra little clay into the trash zRinse, wipe and dry tools over white low fire tools bucket. zWash hands zWipe table with sponge, leave NO CLAY ON TABLEs for next class. zReminder name on clay critter and air valve, clay critter in locker!

14 On task 12/7/10 zUsing painting techniques and elements of color to complete Clay Story Tile. zMaking Clay Critter Rattles, using notes and best craftsmanship. (NAME ON WORK) zClean up clay in Grey SINKs zCLEAN UP paints at vent sink and counter z All painted work in lockers to dry and then TAKE HOME!!!

15 On task options zUsing painting techniques and elements of color to complete Clay Story Tile. zMaking Clay Critter Rattles, using notes and best craftsmanship. (NAME ON WORK) zClean up clay in GREY SINKs! z Paints at vent sink and counters z All greenware on boards by period, all painted work in lockers to dry. TAKE HOME!!!

16 Michael Cooper “The Giant” 1996 Paper bags, elmer’s glue, water and oil paints. Contemporary American artist

17 zToday, when masks have little importance to most people beyond Halloween or an occasional costume party, it is hard to understand that at one time they were among the most important objects a family or community could possess. Worn during ceremonial dances and story tellings, these elaborate "false faces" helped to celebrate the blessing a community had received, to pass on its history and beliefs, to coax and sometime scare young people into proper behavior, and to mark important events such as births, marriages, and the changing of the seasons. z~ Cooper, Michael. History Masked Marvels

18 Clean up Both Days z Name and period on work, in locker zWipe off materials and little “clean”clay into ORANGE BUCKET, dirty clay in TRASH zAll tools rinsed, wiped and returned. zWipe off hands and wipe off tables. yRemember check air valve, do not touch others work!!

19 Clean up 9 th grade z Name and period on work, in locker zWipe off materials and little “clean”clay into WHITE HIGH FIRE Bucket, dirty clay in TRASH zAll tools rinsed, wiped and returned. zWipe off hands and wipe off tables.

20 Artist: LeAnn Ash (American) Contemporary work z.z. LeAnne Ash lives and works in the mountains of Western North Carolina, and is a resident artist at the EnergyXchange. She makes wheel thrown and hand-built functional pottery fired in a landfill gas powered reduction kiln. The beauty of the mountainous landscape and its rich community of contemporary potters serve as great inspiration for her Eco-Friendly Ceramics Series Various sizes

21 Artist: LeAnn Ash (American) Contemporary work z.z. LeAnne Ash lives and works in the mountains of Western North Carolina, and is a resident artist at the EnergyXchange. She makes wheel thrown and hand-built functional pottery fired in a landfill gas powered reduction kiln. The beauty of the mountainous landscape and its rich community of contemporary potters serve as great inspiration for her Eco-Friendly Ceramics Series 2006

22 On task options z Plan coil vessel, draw a sketch zEmploying hand built sculpture methods by completing, polishing and texturing coil vessels. z Using score and slip techniques to complete Clay Critter Rattlers. zClean up clay in WHITE SINK paints at vent sink and counter, work in lockers! z Wash hands and counters.


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