Textured Flowers

Textured Flowers

Live Broadcast On: March 6, 2021 from 1pm to 3pm Eastern (GMT-5)
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In this class you will learn how to build a floral design by sketching simple shapes and using different brush sizes to create a variety of brush stroke styles. Ammie will teach what she calls "painting for texture" where she layers different colors of glaze to achieve a playful and fun fired product.

Bio:
Ammie Williams is an artist and designer living in Atlanta, Georgia. Ammie has a BFA in Art Education and loves teaching and helping people create something they didn’t think they could. She has spent the last 10 years working with ceramics and loves sharing (and selling!) her pieces online. When she's not posting on Instagram (this is rare), she enjoys reading, cooking, and playing cards. She often wins at Gin Rummy and can't decide if she's really good at it or just has really good luck.

I used a 10x10 square bisque plate but this design can be translated to a round piece around the same size.

Materials:
10 x 10 inch bisque plate (square or round)
Pencil with eraser
Large round brush
Medium flat brush
Small round brush
Liner Brush
Clear Glaze

Mayco Stroke and Coat:
Blue Isle
Tuxedo
Toadily Green
Honeydew List
Melancholy
Cutie Pie Coral
Vanilla Dip
Candy Apple Red

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  • Textured Flowers

    Materials:
    Pencil with eraser
    Large round brush
    Medium flat brush
    Small round brush
    Liner Brush
    Clear Glaze

    Mayco Stroke and Coat:
    Blue Isle
    Tuxedo
    Toadily Green
    Honeydew List
    Melancholy
    Cutie Pie Coral
    Vanilla Dip
    Candy Apple Red