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Animal Pots

Students in ceramics have had instruction in the techniques of hand building, slab, pinch, and coil. Now that they have had experience in each technique, the projects become a bit more involved and it is up to the student to use whatever technique best fits the assignment. In this project they were to make a container/pot in which an animal figures in as the most important element. They were encouraged to try and pick an animal that other students wouldn't think of. Some students worked from memory, and some used visuals to help with the form. They each used a variety of techniques to build their piece.

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Kiandre Whitmore-Dolphin

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Anthony Barajas-Squirrel

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Alicia Jurado-Turtle

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Rachel Ellen Langan-Blowfish

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Erika Melendez-Dragon

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Jose Avila-Frog

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Jose Avila-Bear


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Ricky De La Rosa-Anteater

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Jesse Black-Dinosaur

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Chris Mendez-Cow

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Neil Chacon-Polar Bear

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Moises Contreras-Bull

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Noah Tamurang-Clown Fish

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Gerardo Chavez-Swordfish

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Steven Soto-Penguin

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David Ford-Kangaroo Dragon

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David Ford

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Bren Scott-Kangaroo

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Harrison Duong-Elephant

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James Duran-Turtle

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Jaime Perez-Duck

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Lolita Ro-Monkey

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Maha Furukh-Jelly Fish

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Sakia Fayyaz-Panda

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Steven Artiga-Tiger

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Cloe Ozog-Rabbit