An underglaze is a mixture of pigments derived from oxides in a clay base.
Underglazing is a method of decorating ceramic objects. The decoration is applied to the bisque surface before it is glazed.
Since underglaze colors can be intermixed, they can be used like watercolor or tempra paint. They retain their applied color after the firing.
Join us for two Mondays in May for this special workshop. In this workshop, we will work on several bisque fired tiles, both smooth and textured. This will allow you to experiment with saturation, color mixing, and the subsequent effects of the glaze on your explorations. Taking notes is encouraged.
Minimum - 3, maximum - 6 students.
$ 95. includes all materials and firing
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged as Serey will need to have the tiles fired before the class.
Call Fern and Dina’s @ 904-261-5566 (or come by) to register.
This is the second and final class of this workshop.