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Working With Paperclay and Other Additives



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Using fibres with clay is not a new idea but using fibres absorbed within the structure of the clay body is a concept that has recently, and rapidly, taken root among potters. Paperclay is now widely recognized as a material which allows great freedom of expression, relieving the maker of many of the technical problems associated with conventional clays. With lavish illustrations throughout, Working with Paperclay provides the expertise to inspire potters to discover this exciting material and, for those already smitten, to try new techniques and ideas by drawing on the examples and experiences from different artists. AUTHOR: Anne Lightwood studied Design and Crafts at Edinburgh College of Art. At a demonstration by Brian Gartside at a 1993 Pottters Festival in Wales, she was introduced to the possibilities of paperclay, and has used it ever since. Anne is a regular exhibitor in group and solo shows in the UK. She was a founder member of the Scottish Potters Association and more recently was a founder of the Association for Applied Arts. colour throughout

Product code: 9781861263377

ISBN 9781861263377
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H246xW189
No. Of Pages 176
Publisher The Crowood Press Ltd
The idea of combining fibres with clay is not a new idea but the use of paperclay is a concept that has recently taken root with potters. Anne Lightwood's guide to using this material is fully illustrated in colour.