Images in Clay Sculpture: Historical and Contemporary Techniques
"Images in Clay Sculpture is organized around the different methods of working in clay, illustrating each method with examples from the past, with information on contemporary processes, and with examples of contemporary work. Interviews with sculptors who represent a variety of aesthetic approaches are a feature of each chapter, integrated with the process sections."--BOOK COVER.
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METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
An Introduction to the Medium
Pinching Coiling and Firing the Clay
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