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  • Zoo Ceramics Education All Saints
    Tracy are available to run Tile Workshops at Ceramic and Craft events We use high quality air drying clay that does not need to be fired in a kiln The finished pieces can be decorated with poster acrylic and watercolour paints and then varnished For more details and availability please go to the contact page Examples of Tile Created at the Zoo Ceramics Tile Workshop Tile Workshop at Blickling Hall

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/educationtiles.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Zoo Ceramics Education Art on the Map
    and material based on Waddington village and Lincolnshire and includes the Red Arrows sky writing the Art on the Map logo in the sky Many adults and children spent at least an hour carefully drawing out and decorating each tile until eventually all the pieces were completed The tiles were then stored flat for several weeks to dry Once the work was biscuit fired the tiles were then painted in

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/educationcommunity.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Demo Maggie
    the inside of the pot and several more layers of coils are added 3 Eyes are carved into the piece and a nose line is scored The pot is left to firm overnight 4 Ears are shaped and fixed into position and a mane slab is rolled out and added 5 Side view showing mane at the rear and a small slab section on the front 6 Intricate stripe patterns

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/demozebra.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Zoo Ceramics Penguin Demo Tracy Wright
    appear to be an easy task but it adds strain to the overall body of the piece Using Valentine s white hand building clay a flat base is rolled out shaped and cut to size Coils of clay are added and blended together to create the body and wings of the birds 7 8 9 A cushion of sponge is used to position the head whilst the work dries out a little The work is now ready to shape and carve I always start from the beak of the main piece and work my way down and over the body adding details and patterns 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 It takes some time to position the eyes in the correct place on either side of the bird s heads Lots of measuring and standing back to inspect the piece is required otherwise the piece will take on a rather comical expression 22 23 24 The finished penguin and chick are left to dry out alongside a solitary bird The pieces will stand for about three weeks to slowly dry out before being fired to 1000 degrees in an electric kiln The bisque fired

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/demopenguin.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Zoo Ceramics Cat Demo Tracy Wright
    and more coils and a tail are added Piece is left overnight to firm a little 3 Coils are added to form the shoulders which are topped by a pinch pot shaped head 4 Ears are shaped and fixed into position and a press molded little wren is placed on the top of the cat s head 5 The piece is now ready to carve and all the fine details

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/democat.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Zoo Ceramics Mould Making Demo
    create moulds 7 High density dental plaster mixed with water 8 Mixture carefully poured into each box mould 9 Each piece is completely covered 10 Mask and gloves are worn for safety Moulds left to dry 11 Once the original is removed mould must dry out for a week 12 Liquid clay slip is poured into the mould and left for a few hours 13 Slip is drained from mould

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/demomould.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Zoo Ceramics RAF Tiles Demo Maggie Betley
    require a lot of preliminary layout and design work The tiles are rolled out and cut to size Certain areas are raised whilst others are incised to form a contrast 2 3 4 The tiles are then lightly covered and left to dry out slowly for several weeks Then the individual pieces are placed in an electric kiln to be fired to one thousand degrees 5 6 7 The tiles

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/demotiles.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Demo Kiln
    pot and crow 2 Work is painted with stoneware glazes 3 Mini puffins and penguins on bottom 4 Fish are placed on shelves raised on props 5 Work must not touch each other Important 6 More fish on next shelf layer 7 Small magnets and eggs fill the gaps 8 Electric kiln is fired to 1260 degrees over night 9 It takes 24 hours to cool before opening 10 Work

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/demokiln.htm (2016-05-02)
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