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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Joel C. Moss
The purpose of this study was to arrive at a unity between glazing and surface patterns on ceramic form. Surface decoration in many instances is dependent on glaze or texture alone but often they are not interrelated. It was the artist's intent to search for a means of arriving at a coalescence between glaze and reoccurring surface patterns. This study was not confined to any one ceramic forming process. A variety of techniques were used: thrown, slap, coil, and pinch; each lending itself to the surface pattern used.
Copyright 1966 Gary L. Kroeger
Kroeger, Gary L., "Continuity Between Glazes and Surface Patterns" (1966). Master's Theses. 993.