Hand in the Clay

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    A secret moment caught by my colleague Joanne Zabudsky of Langara College. I never thought this piece would make it to the kiln but unbelievably, it survived. It lives in Medicine Hat now, in a public rose garden.

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    1. .Luigi Mirto/ArchiMlFotoWord 75 months ago | reply

      Compliments for
      your beautiful image!

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      Ottima ripresa, ben realizzata
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    2. P.U. 74 months ago | reply

      Is it paperclay or just normal clay? Which temperature/Which coin did you fire?

    3. Plant Design Online 74 months ago | reply

      Pauline Ullrich Hi Pauline.

      It is regular clay. I did use sodium silicate to strengthen the weak spots so it would make it to the kiln. I bisque fired it at cone 6 and later I fired it in a salt kiln at cone 10.

    4. Rctk caRIOca 74 months ago | reply

      Fiz durante muitos anos cerâmica. É uma das coisas mais gostosas de se fazer.
      O processo de criação é sempre muito bom.

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