Clay artists are people who are very skilled at choosing, shaping, decorating, and firing clay. They make a wide variety of items including terracotta pots, fine porcelain tableware, and ceramic sculptures. Each book in the Artists at Work series presents artists who work with a particular material. In this book, Clay, read about: Creating artworks with different types of clay, Traditional and new techniques, Clay treasures from around the world, Where and how clay artists work and show their art. Special features: Three case studies the Terracotta Army, Clay kilns, Clay chemistry, A project Make a decorated clay seal. Book jacket.
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