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Image Transfer on Clay: Screen, Relief, Decal & Monoprint Techniques

Image Transfer on Clay: Screen, Relief, Decal & Monoprint Techniques (Paperback)

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This resource will help you take advantage of contemporary printmaking techniques. You can try coloured slips for unique monoprints or experiment with stencils and relief blocks. It includes methods that are carefully laid out in gorgeous photos, with detailed firing instructions. Contemporary ceramists have adapted printmaking techniques to transfer typography, lettering, drawings, or photographs onto clay surfaces. This comprehensive resource will help you take advantage of these techniques - even if you have no printmaking background. No fancy equipment needed: just use silk-screen decals with light-sensitive emulsions to create a master image, cover with glazes and voila!

Art, Fashion & PhotographyArt monographs, history & theoryArt formsPrints & printmakingSport & HobbiesHandicrafts, decorative arts & craftsDecorative finishes & surfacesSport & HobbiesHandicrafts, decorative arts & craftsPottery, ceramics & glass crafts Publisher: Lark Books,U.S. Publication Date: 05/03/2013 ISBN-13: 9781454703327  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Along with exhibiting his works nationally in galleries, universities and museums, Paul Andrew Wandless gives lectures and workshops on his techniques. Paul is a special appointee to the National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts (NCECA).

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