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Our mission is to promote education on visible arts, including modern art, pottery, ceramic and clay sculptures, and pottery design.

We accomplish our mission through educational articles. We want to help you create your own art and learn how to evaluate and appreciate it.

The Supreme Artistry: Exploring the Highest Form of Art

The Supreme Artistry: Exploring the Highest Form of Art

The expression or application of human creative ability and imagination is called art. The highest form of art is subjective and varies depending on one’s perspective. Some may argue that classical music, opera, and ballet are the highest forms, while others may argue that painting, sculpture, or literature are the highest forms.

Meet The Artabys Team

Our mission is to promote comprehensive education on visible arts, including modern ceramic art, pottery, ceramic and clay sculptures, and pottery design. We also feature educational articles on modern art, ancient art paintings, and drawings because this knowledge can applied to modern ceramic art. We want to help you create your own art and learn how to evaluate and appreciate it.

Hello there! I am Ed Shears, a professional ceramic artist and author at Artabys.com, a website dedicated to promoting visual arts education and awareness. I am responsible of all content of this site. My passion lies in creating unique ceramic wall art that breaks away from the traditional pottery made on a potters wheel. Contact: Ed@Artabys.com or LinkedIn

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Hello, I’m David Jackson, an artist and editor for Artabys.com. As a publisher for Artvilla.com, The Magazine of Modern Art, Poetry, and Music since 1992, I have extensive experience in the art industry. My latest artwork can be seen at SaleforArt.com, where I showcase my diverse range of contemporary art. Contact: David@Artabys.com or LinkedIn

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How To Slip Cast A Mug

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Adding Water to Glaze

Water can be added to glaze to thin it out and make it more fluid. The amount of water added will depend on the desired consistency and the specific glaze recipe being used. Too much water can dilute the glaze and affect its final appearance and performance, so it’s important to add it gradually and … Read more