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Bright colors make me happy. I live my life in full color.

These pieces of pottery are excellent examples of the use of color in design. They incorporate both primary, secondary and tertiary colors, all with strong intensities. Each pot uses both warm and cold colors ranging from blues to reds.

Ceramika (ceramic pencil and stains on porcelain) Tania Rollond www.collagedesign.pl

A Flickering Moment, by ceramicist Tania Rollond (b Australia) - Says the artist "A scratched line or a brushstroke on clay are marks which both fix an instant, and outlive the centuries – the pot is a messenger across time.

stressface: “ Hand Made High Fired Pottery, by David Brown. Mr. Brown mainly uses a pale firing stoneware clay body. Occasionally, he uses a porcelain clay. His larger, hand (slab or coil) built...

Hand Made High Fired Pottery, by David Brown-he mainly uses a pale firing stoneware clay body. Occasionally, he uses a porcelain clay. His larger, hand (slab or coil) built.

Jan Lewin-Cadogan. Technical: white stoneware clay. Various barium glazes. Various lava/crater glazes. Glossy deep blue or turquoise stone ware glazes. Fired to 1260 Celsius.

small pot in white stoneware clay with various barium glazes, various lava/crater glazes, glossy deep blue or turquoise stoneware glazes. Fired to 1260 Celsius.