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Making quick-drying molds of ceramic tiles

Making molds of my ceramic tiles enables me to produce tiles in quantity. I’m using one bisque-fired mold and three more are drying. That’s the problem…they take so darned long to dry. These molds are made of white clay and … Continue reading

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Draped and folded porcelain

I’m thinking of making some draped or folded porcelain vessels to replace slipcast flower pots. All but one of my African violets are in the wrong kind of pot. They need two-piece nesting vessels, the outer one glazed, the inner … Continue reading

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Green Man Tile

When I began working in clay at the city art centre, one of the first projects I made was a tile based on the Green Man motif. I’d cast my face for a previous project, so used that mold. Our … Continue reading

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