NCECA 2019 ‘Claytopia’    NCECA , The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, is scheduled to take place in Minneapolis March 27-30 downtown Minneapolis. There will be many exciting events and exhibitions before and after this convention in surrounding galleries, coffee shops, pop ups and more. I will be actively participating in several exhibitions during this conference. Stay tuned for updates.  https://nceca.net/

NCECA 2019 ‘Claytopia’

NCECA, The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, is scheduled to take place in Minneapolis March 27-30 downtown Minneapolis. There will be many exciting events and exhibitions before and after this convention in surrounding galleries, coffee shops, pop ups and more. I will be actively participating in several exhibitions during this conference. Stay tuned for updates.

https://nceca.net/

 

Lynnea Schwieters creates wheel thrown porcelain pottery and applies surface decoration including clay slip, altering, incising, sgraffito, pressing and carving techniques, resist and masking application. There is a strong floral influence in my work. 

In this surface decoration stage, I am working on a technique called glaze inlay where you use an X-Acto knife to cut around my applied design creating a line where glazes will pool and accentuate the depth of imaginary.

Porcelain Floral Platter, Oxidation 9, Slip, Underglaze, Incise, Mishima, Glaze Inlay, Sgraffito.

Porcelain Floral Platter, Oxidation 9, Slip, Underglaze, Incise, Mishima, Glaze Inlay, Sgraffito.

Small Porcelain Globe Vase, Oxidation ^9, Slip, Underglaze, Mishima, Glaze inlay, Incising, Sgraffito.

Small Porcelain Globe Vase, Oxidation ^9, Slip, Underglaze, Mishima, Glaze inlay, Incising, Sgraffito.

Floral Pitcher and Tumblers, slip application, incising, inglaze application, sgraffito, underglaze, oxidation firing

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This past June 2018, Minnesota Women Ceramic Artists, was selected to display at MSP Terminal 2 a showcase of members work which shows a wide representation of all types of firing and working processes. It is a statement of MNWCA's professionalism, and is a statement of our member's professionalism and commitment to their art practice. This display will be on exhibit until June of 2019. http://mnwca.org/MNWCA-at-MSP