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Roberto Lugo ceramic art

See our friend and CerPrint user, Roberto Lugo, on “PBS News Hour CANVAS” and on “CBS Sunday Morning.” We’ve collected select quotes from the interviews plus links to the full features. Another link opens a window to Lugo’s upcoming show at The Met. Roberto Lugo incorporates ceramic decals from the CerPrint ceramic decal printer in his work. “PBS News Hour CANVAS”How artist Roberto Lugo is upending porcelain traditions with his personal, cultural roots explains his exhibit at the Currier

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Cat Mugshot

Our friend Mariko Paterson posted this fun mugshot by Jack Watteau and we had to share. We’d love for you to share your most creative mugshots made with your CerPrint ceramic decal printer. We’ve made it easy to upload photos of your work using our online form at the bottom of the home page. We may share your photos in our blog, on a social media channel and post them to our gallery. We always credit the artist and will

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Rebecca Prowse, a potter and maker based in Indianapolis, IN, broadened Gravesco Pottery’s scope by adding two CerPrint digital ceramic decal printers to her workshop. She introduced herself on her website this way. “I am a mold breaker whose work is driven by intentional choices, client partnerships, and a love of design that truly functions. In addition to offering a full line of functional ceramics, I love to collaborate with other businesses to create statement pottery that elevates their brand.”

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by Shea Kister As an undergraduate at the University of South Dakota, I was exposed to sepia decals as a way to add my photographs to my ceramics. They didn’t do it for me. I wasn’t really jamming with the brown shades. When I came to graduate school at Kansas State University, I leaned I could re-fire a pot as many times as I want. It was kind of an “oh duh” moment. I’ve been experimenting with more layers and

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Blackbird platter, Lisa Rogers

Ceramics is full of success, failure and experimentation. After retiring from teaching ceramics in Colorado for 25 years I became a maker instead of a teacher. I began reviewing what processes I wanted to explore in more depth. I have always been interested in image transfer, using a variety of processes. I began using the CerPrint Black printer and abandoned silk-screening images for the surface of my work. Buying decals can be expensive. That’s why CerPrint is a welcome and

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KSA Social Justice Ceramic Expressions

For the social justice assignment, some students cut out patterns or text from the fluxed CerPrint paper resulting in a really subtle message. Others cut out photos of comics, scanned them and used the flux paper halo as an expressive element instead of hiding it. It was innovative and exciting.