Friday, January 27, 2012

Eectroforming on Ceramics

These pots are a result of  a process of electroforming that allows a heavy layer of metal to be deposited on the ceramic surface without heating it.  Robert Coyle, the artist, experimented and developed the process for his ceramics.

12 comments:

  1. The process is very interesting and the patterns are wonderful.

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  2. It's really pretty! I like the designs.

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  3. Informing post. I always wondered what process was used to create a piece such as this.

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  4. These are just beautiful!

    We have visited that Museum of the Horse, that you mentioned in your comment, about four times. I love the huge horse sculpture outside called "Free Spirits At Noisy Water" and even posted a picture of that on my blog a while back. I hope you have some pictures to share from there.

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  5. Very nice work. It looks like you're spending some quality time in the local galleries.

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  6. Never heard of anything like this but I like it a lot. Did you buy one?

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  7. Not really my style but the process is interesting.

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  8. You can see that these have been inspired by the traditional native designs of the Southwest, with coarser carving and the addition of the metallic details.

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  9. I have never heard of it! Interesting!

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