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xx   DISH

Oriental paradise. A suitable greenware plate is painted using translucent underglaze. It simulates a "blue willow" pattern around the edge and a Chinese garden scene in the center.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Jan 1990 (v.35#5) pg. 127

For a country kitchen. Stoneware look-alike pieces are actually earthenware.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Feb 1990 (v.35#6) pg. 131

Calendar plate. A greenware plate is decorated using the print-lifting technique to apply a colored picture.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Apr 1990 (v.35#8) pg. 127

Greenware plate is decorated with a representation of an Indian woman weaving a rug on a loom. Sgraffito and carving tools are used to draw the design by cutting through various layers of colored glaze. Gridded design pattern is included.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS May 1990 (v.35#9) pg. 143

Southwest-style Indian plate (12" diameter) features an adaptation of an Acoma Pueblo design. Design pattern is included.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Jun 1990 (v.35#10) pg. 55

Greenware plate is decorated with a Turkish design that is similiar to the colorful, allover fabric designs from Paisley, Scotland. Painted with translucent underglaze colors. Gridded design pattern is included.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Jul 1990 (v.35#11) pg. 103

Greek plate. Arctic white greek figure design is set against a Wedgewood blue background on this 11" plate. Uses underglaze colors.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Jul 1990 (v.35#11) pg. 143

Contemporary plate. A greenware plate is painted with black and white glazes in a bold, modern design.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Aug 1990 (v.35#12) pg. 79

Base for raised gold. Part 1. Plate is a piece of porcelain "china" that has been decorated with a raised pattern formed by using white "base" (the material that normally provides a raised base for metallic gold decoration.) Gridded design pattern is included.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Sep 1990 (v.36#1) pg. 17

Wolf pack. Greenware plate is decorated with the heads of three wolves using the print-lifting technique.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Nov 1990 (v.36#3) pg. 79

Stoneware table setting features a Southwestern "Indian" pattern painted with high-fire glazes.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Nov 1990 (v.36#3) pg. 131

Ceramic candy dish is painted with underglaze and overglaze.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Jul 1994 (v.39#11) pg. 47

Greenware plate with an irregular outline is decorated with a fish design worked in underglaze and glaze. Gridded pattern included.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Jul 1994 (v.39#11) pg. 81

Stoneware kitchenware. Tips on casting with stoneware slip. Preparing and applying glazes to stoneware.
CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS Oct 1994 (v.40#2) pg. 111

Leprechaun candy dish. Greenware candy dish is decorated with elves, underglaze green color, and decals to produce an Irish theme.
CERAMICS Mar 1990 (v.25#6) pg. 12

The look of scrimshaw is achieved on a suitable greenware plate using only dots of color and a minimum of materials.
CERAMICS Apr 1990 (v.25#7) pg. 24, 59

Shell-shaped ceramic dish is made to appear a glossy pearl color using airbrushing and translucent underglaze colors.
CERAMICS Nov-Dec 1990 (v.27#3) pg. 40, 51

The madame and her mare. A ceramic plate is decorated using clay tooling to incise this picture of a woman's head and a horse' head. Painted with underglaze colors.
CERAMICS Jan 1994 (v.30#5) pg. 22

Madonna plate. A colorful El Salvador version of Madonna and Child is painted onto a bisque plate. The various colors are separated with thin gold lines to simulate a mosaic or stained-glass picture.
CERAMICS Jan 1994 (v.30#5) pg. 72

Vegetable medley. A ceramic teapot, platter and pitcher with molded-in vegetable shapes are painted using translucent underglaze colors.
CERAMICS Feb 1994 (v.30#6) pg. 82

Folk art series. A six-part series focusing on the creation of coordinating dishes. Part 1. What is folk art? Includes instructions for painting a simple floral "folk art" motif on a ceramic plate.
CERAMICS Mar 1994 (v.30#7) pg. 36, 82

Greenware dinnerware set is decorated by painting the simple scallop designs and applying four-dot "diamond" motifs at regular intervals.
CERAMICS Apr 1994 (v.30#8) pg. 64

Ceramic plate with a pastel floral motif is decorated with chalks and nonfiring stain.
CERAMICS Apr 1994 (v.30#8) pg. 66

Folk art series. Part 2. Just a matter of brushstrokes. Folk art brushes and the strokes they can make.
CERAMICS May 1994 (v.30#9) pg. 5, 80

Folk art series. Part 3. Adding ingredients (fruit and vegetable motifs) to the basic floral patterns.
CERAMICS Jul 1994 (v.30#11) pg. 52

Suitable greenware object (such as the plate shown) is decorated with incised Indian designs using a sgraffito-duster tool. The designs are painted with colored glazes.
CERAMICS Aug 1994 (v.30#12) pg. 20

Name plate. Using slip sculpturing to decorate a plain ceramic plate with a child's name and a unicorn motif.
CERAMICS Aug 1994 (v.30#12) pg. 66

Folk art series. Part 4. Adding animal designs to folk art.
CERAMICS Oct 1994 (v.31#2) pg. 28, 54

Lighted skull ceramic candy dish is painted with underglaze and glaze.
CERAMICS Oct 1994 (v.31#2) pg. 52

Apples and tarts. A lattice-style pie crust made from ceramic covers a pie dish. Ideal for use as a holder for some spicy apple potpourri. Painted with nonfiring stains.
CERAMICS Nov 1994 (v.31#3) pg. 40

Folk art series. Part 5. Applying plate painting techniques to other ceramic shapes (bowls, pitcher, platter, etc.).
CERAMICS Dec 1994 (v.31#4) pg. 14, 47

Ceramic plates feature highly-embossed roses and chrysanthemums. How to apply the glaze and underglaze using an airbrush.
POPULAR CERAMICS #486 Jan 1990 (v.40#6) pg. 41

In a Victorian kitchen. Greenware pie saver, jar lid and pomander feature "crocheted" trims. Painted with both glazes and non-firing stains.
POPULAR CERAMICS #486 Jan 1990 (v.40#6) pg. 57

Golden heart and roses. China plate features a heart-shaped rose pattern surrounded by a wide band of bright gold with etched lines that simulate lace.
POPULAR CERAMICS #487 Feb 1990 (v.40#7) pg. 40

Covered stoneware pie plate is decorated with raised designs painted with enamels. Design pattern is included.
POPULAR CERAMICS #487 Feb 1990 (v.40#7) pg. 50

A ceramic plate and bell feature a molded-in scene of an old mill beside a creek. They are painted with non-firing stains.
POPULAR CERAMICS #490 May 1990 (v.40#10) pg. 88

Stoneware look with glazes and underglazes. Shell-shaped handles and a scallop shell pattern decorate these greenware dishes and jars.
POPULAR CERAMICS #496 Nov 1990 (v.41#4) pg. 40

Country designs on ceramic accessories are achieved by stenciling with underglazes.
POPULAR CERAMICS #497 Dec 1990 (v.41#5) pg. 16

Apple dinnerware. Tips on firing and painting.
POPULAR CERAMICS #533 Jan 1994 (v.44#6) pg. 66

Heart-shaped ceramic dish combines mother-of-pearl and bright gold overglazes.
POPULAR CERAMICS #534 Feb 1994 (v.44#7) pg. 34

Ceramic plate is decorated with a drawing of the head of a timber wolf. Pattern included.
POPULAR CERAMICS #535 Mar 1994 (v.44#8) pg. 62, 41

An oval ceramic platter combines a lizard design (against a black background) with a colorful scene of desert vegetation against a mountain backdrop. Pattern included.
POPULAR CERAMICS #535 Mar 1994 (v.44#8) pg. 66, 41

White ceramic pitcher and bowl are decorated with fruit patterns (included).
POPULAR CERAMICS #536 Apr 1994 (v.44#9) pg. 34, 41

Ceramic cider jug and large ceramic planter are painted with a representation of a Southwestern adobe church. Pattern included.
POPULAR CERAMICS #537 May 1994 (v.44#10) pg. 62, 41

Platter centerpiece. How to reshape the edges on a large 24" platter so that they are scalloped and wavy. Decorate using paint "throwing" technique.
POPULAR CERAMICS #538 Jun 1994 (v.44#11) pg. 37

Ceramic candy dish in the shape of a clown with an open mouth. Two painting schemes illustrated.
POPULAR CERAMICS #538 Jun 1994 (v.44#11) pg. 61

Carving a peony (flower) design into a greenware plate using a sgraffito tool. Tips on painting and firing the plate. Design pattern included.
POPULAR CERAMICS #538 Jun 1994 (v.44#11) pg. 71, 41

Gorbachevski style plate. Ceramic plate is painted with a floral bouquet in the middle and a "frame" around the edge (patterns included).
POPULAR CERAMICS #541 Sep 1994 (v.45#2) pg. 26, 45

Ceramic dishes with scalloped edges are decorated with floral decals. Colored glaze is added by "pouncing" with a sea wool sponge.
POPULAR CERAMICS #542 Oct 1994 (v.45#3) pg. 44

Sunflower set. Tips on painting this ceramic dish set (cups, pitchers, teapot, ...) which feature sunflowers and leaves that are part of the molds.
POPULAR CERAMICS #542 Oct 1994 (v.45#3) pg. 62
Added Info POPULAR CERAMICS #544 Dec 1994 (v.45#5) pg. 56