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Ceramic Totems



The following ceramic totems were created by Year 8 students from Tintern GGS and Southwood BGGS.



If you would like to have a class activity or individual student works included on this site please contact me below or on max@artseducationguru.com



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37 Responses to “Ceramic Totems: Year 8.”

  1. Smithk2 says:

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  2. Great totems and great students.

  3. Wonderful for young students to have made. Thanks

  4. Thanks for these great student totems. This is a great blog which I will revisit often.

  5. Great site man. Keep up the good work.

  6. Thee are great examples of student work. Thanks

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  8. opiniones says:

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    There’s nothing wrong or slow with my loading. You need to check your own system as its not mine. Thanks anyway. Max

  9. Tricia Aucoin says:

    Hi There, These are fabulous! I found your site b/c I’m planning a
    project similar to this w/ my 5th graders and I’ve been
    searching for a simple way to build the base for threading the
    Ceramic components to the totem pole. Any suggestions? Thx so much!

  10. corinnamori says:

    could you please tell me how you anchor the totems to the base?
    What materials do you use? Many thanks, Corinna

    The bases are solid wood and the strong wire that goes from top to bottom onto which the pieces are threaded is attached underneath the timber with a thread and screwed nut. I hope this helps. Max

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  12. teen chaude says:

    Ceramic totems are excellent and thanks for sharing in this blog.

  13. grosse bite says:

    Je suis entіèrement en accord avec vous

    Merci, Max

  14. films HD says:

    I love this Blog. Thanks for great works. Sam

  15. Shavonne says:

    These are wonderful examples of ceramic works. Great blog.

  16. These are wonderful totems and I will try something similar myself. Thanks

  17. blog de says:

    Brilliant, tres bon.

  18. This is great way to share information and I will use it often and pass it on to other people

  19. I teach. These works are excellent for young students. Thanks for sharing.

  20. These are wonderful works and thanks for your blog…excellent and I came here accidentally. Will visit again. Jeannette

  21. Thanks for your file. Interesting to check out and to pass on.

  22. Great work, thanks Evangeline.

  23. Giuseppe says:

    Hurrah, that’s what I was seeking for, what a data! existing here at this website,
    thanks admin of this site.

  24. Wonderful totems and I will try them with my own students if you don’t mine? Colin

    Thanks and I don’t mind. That’s why this website exists…. to be used for ideas. Max

  25. publicize says:

    Hey, great work and great setup to see good artworks. Thanks. Mathias

  26. Hello, of course this post is actually nice and I have
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  27. Chase says:

    Interesting Read

  28. Jody says:

    Perfect blog! That really gets to the heart of it! Thanks Jody

  29. max says:

    I might be interested. You can contact me on my email address found in the information on my homepage. Cheers Max

  30. Hello! I know this is kinda off topic however I’d figured I’d ask.
    Would you be interested in trading links or maybe guest authoring a blog post or
    vice-versa? My website discusses a lot of the same topics as yours and I feel we could greatly benefit from each other.
    If you’re interested feel free to send me an email.

    I look forward to hearing from you! Excellent blog by the way.

    Contact me on my email address which is on my Home Page. Max

  31. max says:

    Hi again Mary. I’d still love to have some of your work (students’ or your own) on my website. Cheers Max Darby

  32. max says:

    Dear Jen,
    I’m sorry you can’t get the photos to open. Everyone else seems to be able to do so.
    They do sometimes take a minute or two to download depending on your computer. Give it another go and wait a little longer.
    Perhaps you can email me directly and we can share whatever information I do have – (max@artseducationguru.com)
    I flew into Tullamarine this morning and noticed 3 or 4 new poles placed there. There may be more.

    I’m happy to let you know whatever I know.

    Cheers and good luck
    Max

  33. Jen Bennett says:

    Hi,
    My son’s primary school in Melbourne is considering painted poles as an art project. I can’t open any pics on your site. We live near Geelong so have seen those done on the foreshore there. I am interested in any ideas you might have about this project.
    Kind regards,
    Jen

  34. max says:

    Thanks for your response. It’s always good to hear from people who enjoy any of the work I put on my website. The works are usually students rather than mine. There are some other ceramics files on the site. Please let anyone else who might benefit from visiting the site know about it’s web address. Thanks again, Max

  35. Mary Johnston says:

    I am a ceramic artist and Art Educator in the USA.I just taught years 2-8 totem sculpture . I LOVE what you are doing. Please contact me if you would like!

    Maryjohnstonemail@gmail.com
    near Austin, Texas




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