Ceramics &

Sculpture 2

Students in Ceramics 2 further their knowledge, creativity, and tactile ability with clay forms & other sculptural techniques. Form and design are emphasized. Students may select an area of interest to learn more about, including hand-building, wheel throwing, printmaking, and sculpture. Projects are directed by the instructor. 

The prerequisite for this course is a passing grade of "C" or better in Ceramics 1.

Thrown and altered ceramic vase

Projects & Concepts

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Caleb James

Empty Bowls

Wheel thrown stoneware clay

Empty Bowls

 

Students will use mass/volume and color to explore emphasis and balance to create artworks to support the annual Columbus Empty Bowls Fundraiser.  

Human Connections​

Students will use color & light to explore repetition, unity & variety to create artworks inspired by human connections. 

PROJECT GOAL
RUBRIC
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EXAMPLES
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WORDS TO KNOW
PRINCIPLE:
THEME INTRODUCTION
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Madison Leatherwood

Vessel of Hope

Hand-built earthenware clay

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Man-Made

 

Students will use line, texture, and form to explore balance and unity to create a unique artwork inspired by man-made structures.

PROJECT GOAL
RUBRIC
ELEMENT:
EXAMPLES
ELEMENT:
WORDS TO KNOW
PRINCIPLE:
THEME INTRODUCTION
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Savannah Root

Lantern

Hand-built stoneware clay

Ancient Civilizations

Students will use space, volume and mass to explore proportion and balance to create a unique artwork inspired by ancient civilizations. 

PROJECT GOAL
RUBRIC
ELEMENT:
EXAMPLES
ELEMENT:
WORDS TO KNOW
PRINCIPLE:
THEME INTRODUCTION
PRINCIPLE:

Jada Meyer

Coil Vessel

Hand-built stoneware clay

Resources & Tutorials