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Before signing up for a ceramics class, you might want to learn some important terms that people in this industry use. That way, you can choose the instruction that pertains to your interest in ceramic pottery or sculpture.

  • Stoneware - Stoneware is a type of clay used to make pottery. The word, however, is also used when referring to clay plates, sculptures, and mugs made of clay. Stoneware pieces are usually fired once in a kiln. This makes them a relatively popular option that does not require a commercial studio. Stoneware instruction should, however, teach students how to use extremely hot kilns properly.
  • Bisque - Bisque ceramics are figurines, bowls, ornaments, or other pieces that have been fired but not painted. This allows people to customize their pottery with paints even when they do not have access to a kiln.
  • Glaze - Glazes are applied to ceramics before items are fired in a kiln. During the heating process, the glaze melds with the ceramic, making it more durable. Some glazes also contain colors that can change the appearance of a vase, bowl, or cup.
  • Ceramic Molds - Molds that allow artists to reproduce a design easily. Although the mold can reproduce a specific shape, the artist can then decide to use a variety of colors and glazes to make each piece unique.
  • Pottery Wheel - A device used to rotate clay while an artist shapes it into a specific form. Wheels are often used to make vases, bowls, plates, and other symmetrical items made of clay.
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    Redlands Ceramics
    823 W. Colton Ave, Redlands, CA 92374
    Redlands ceramics is a full service ceramic studio. We offer classes and instructions, as well as a full line of paints, clay and supplies. Paint your own design on pottery. Great fun for birthday parties.
    (909) 793-8540
    Milholland Patricia L
    6325 Rutland Ave, Riverside, CA 92503
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    (951) 785-6860
     
    User Review: "They formally owned talk of the town ceramics, as a mter of fact the "original" owner still goes there. They offer private..." - Judy and Shannon (CA)
    Juls Pottery
    2731 Angus Street, Los Angeles, CA 90039
    Lovely outdoor teaching studio celebrating 25 years. Featuring hi-fire stoneware & porcelain (cone 10), hand-building, wheel work, from Tiles to Teapots. Trained in Japan; hand-made glazes; specializing in Korean engobe technique.
    (323) 666-3898
    Color Me Mine
    7875 Monticello Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
    (909) 803-2818
    Ceramic Cupboard
    1660 Hamner Ave Ste 10, Norco, CA 92860
    (951) 737-3521
    Southpaw Ceramics
    31550 Railroad Canyon Rd Ste 2, Quail Valley, CA 92587
    (951) 244-1195
    Cup Above The
    31700 Railroad Canyon Rd Ste 1, Quail Valley, CA 92587
    (951) 244-0100
    Painted Earth
    30010 Haun Rd Ste 240, Menifee, CA 92584
    (951) 679-6800
    Color Me Mine
    2931 El Camino Real, Tustin, CA 92782
    (714) 505-3975
    Muddy's Studio
    2610 Halladay St, Santa Ana, CA 92705
    (714) 641-4077
    The Clay Room
    28780 Old Town Front St, Temecula, CA 92590
    (951) 587-2529
    Ceramic Factory The
    3419 W Macarthur Blvd, Santa Ana, CA 92704
    (949) 472-8009
    Raku Workshops
    2475 North Lake Avenue, Altadena, CA 91001
    (626) 660-6381
    Paint N Glaze
    3960 N Studebaker Rd, Long Beach, CA 90808
    (562) 421-8000
    Swirlramics
    4148 Norse Way, Long Beach, CA 90808
    (562) 425-3553


    The art of ceramics is a fun pastime for people of all ages. You can get as involved in it as you want, whether you want to do occasional ceramics painting, or make a hobby out of it, creating and firing your own clay pieces. This hard, brittle, porous material is a popular hobby whereby items are prepared, glazed, fired, dried, and painted. Learning how to create unique clay pieces takes work, and instruction is often needed for drawing, painting, and firing. This is where ceramics instruction comes in. Students can take lessons at an art studio, through private home courses, or even through online classes. Costs vary, depending on how often the lessons are and what is involved. Some ceramics instruction classes involve full pottery, drying, glazing, and painting. Others are more geared toward having fun painting a finished product. People often seek out ceramics instruction classes to learn the processes and safety techniques to create unique models. Even kids can take lessons. Many ceramics studios cater to the younger set, offering group lessons and birthday parties to teach them how to make their own sculptures. Adults can learn this art too, by getting better and better and creating figures, sculptures, and more as time goes on. Ceramics studios contain the usual equipment, such as kilns. Paint brushes, pottery wheels, and smocks are supplied as well. Students can learn various techniques, such as pinching, throwing, forming, and glazing. Interested people can also watch videos of demonstrations online to get a better sense of how to do ceramics. As one of the oldest industries on the planet, ceramics has been around since as early as 24,000 BC, when people would dig up clay, wet it, and sculpt it into animal and human figurines, firing them in kilns dug in the ground.
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