Craftsmanship in China has a noble tradition, seen best in the artistry and beauty of the distinctive ceramics produced over the centuries.
DESIGNERS DRAW inspiration from many sources, and it was only a matter of time before they would pay homage to the decorative beauty of fine porcelain.
What you'll need:
- Modelling clay in white, yellow, black and magenta
- White school glue
- Clay scissors
- Clay cutter
Why is the best china not from China? With this question in mind, Shen Hen-rong, founder of the prestigious Taiwan porcelain brand 1300 Only Porcelain, began a six-year quest for an innovative...
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Wannabe ceramicists needing a nudge might be encouraged by Terence Lee's Rippling Colours tea set. The bone china collection (HK$1,350), which consists of 11 pieces, grew out of a brush-and-ink...
An exhibition featuring ceramics works by pottery teachers will be held next month to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Pottery Workshop.
Four artists have created ceramic works based on terracotta soldiers from the Qin Dynasty. The figures are on display at the City University (CityU) till May 16.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Pottery Workshop in Central, an exhibition - Joy in Clay -
will be held from April 21 to May 5.