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PE - Introducing Ceramics, Pottery & ClayAs part of the projecteducate Artisan Crafts Week, we would like to introduce the galleries within the Artisan Crafts main gallery. This week will be full of information, interviews and features related to all the different media and techniques that are at home in the Artisan Crafts galleries.PE - Introducing Ceramics, Pottery & Clay by MyntKat
Today we are looking at the Ceramics, Pottery and Clay gallery. In the gallery description Ceramics, Pottery and Clay is described as "Works using mediums, such as clay, ceramic, synthetic sculpting compounds, papier-mache, sand, etc. "
Here on dA we have five sub-categories for the Ceramics, Pottery and Clay galleries.
While these sub-galleries are pretty much self-descriptive, I would like to show examples from each of these galleries to highlight a few recently uploaded pieces.
Hand-crafted miniatures including figurines, doll house furniture etc.
Many of the miniatures in this galler
PE - Miniature FoodsAs part of the projecteducate Artisan Craft week, I am posting themed art features from various Artisan Crafts galleries every day.PE - Miniature Foods by MyntKat
Today I would like you to take a look at our Ceramics, Pottery & Clay gallery introduction as well as the accompanying interviews posted. To take a more in-depth look at this gallery, this special's theme is miniature foods.
Miniature foods are usually created as decorations for doll houses and doll collectors but sometimes also incorporated into jewelry pieces. They are most often created from polymer clay, airdry clay or cold porcelain. Many artists use pastel chalks to color and texture their clay, others use pigments or colored clay.
The most common miniature scale is 1/12th scale, which means that items are twelve times smaller than in real life.
Here are twenty amazing miniature foods created by skilled artists here on dA. I hope you enjoy: