The potter's guide to ceramic surfaces

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Krause Publications, 2002 - Science - 160 pages
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More than 70 techniques for beautifying ceramic pieces are clearly described with detailed, step-by-step instructions in this inspiring book. Readers will learn how to add color, texture, and pattern with techniques like post-firing, multiple firings, and decorative processes used at the biscuit stage. More than 300 full-color photos illustrate the techniques.

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This sits somewhere between a coffee table book and a how-to guide. It has a lot of illustrations of striking pieces of ceramic by various artists, but not quite the quality and lushness to the ... Read full review

The potter's guide to ceramic surfaces

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Here are three outstanding books on ceramic glazes, each directed at a different level of expertise. Connell gives a good overview of the large variety of modern glazes available. She illustrates more ... Read full review


First published in the United States of America INTRODUCTION
E State Streetlola Wl 549900001 Making Process
No part of this book may be reproduced THE ADDITION OF COLOR TO CLAY
Library of Congress Catalog TEXTURES
This book was conceived designed and Incising
Project Editor Tracie Lee Davis
Photographer Ian Howes
Manufactured by Universal Graphics Monoprinting

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