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Slipcasting.

By: Material type: TextTextSeries: Ceramics handbooksPublication details: London : A. & C. Black, 1997.ISBN:
  • 0713640677
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 738.14 20
Contents:
1. Plaster - The material -- 2. Tools and materials -- 3. Modelmaking -- 4. Mouldmaking Part I -- 5. Mouldmaking Part II -- 6. Slipcasting -- 7. Bone china -- 8. Individual approaches.
Summary: In the past, slipcasting was primarily considered an industrial method. Today, however, ceramic artists are adapting its techniques to create a wide range of beautiful and highly individualised pieces. In this book, Sasha Wardell clearly explains and demonstrates the techniques involved and shows how they can be adapted for the studio workshop. Examples of the work of an international group of artists are used to illustrate the breadth and versatility of the work that can be created. The books are aimed at the student or the practised potter who is experimenting in a new area.
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Two Week Loan Two Week Loan College Lane Learning Resources Centre Main Shelves 738.142 WAR (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Checked out 19/06/2024 4403827620
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

1. Plaster - The material -- 2. Tools and materials -- 3. Modelmaking -- 4. Mouldmaking Part I -- 5. Mouldmaking Part II -- 6. Slipcasting -- 7. Bone china -- 8. Individual approaches.

In the past, slipcasting was primarily considered an industrial method. Today, however, ceramic artists are adapting its techniques to create a wide range of beautiful and highly individualised pieces. In this book, Sasha Wardell clearly explains and demonstrates the techniques involved and shows how they can be adapted for the studio workshop. Examples of the work of an international group of artists are used to illustrate the breadth and versatility of the work that can be created. The books are aimed at the student or the practised potter who is experimenting in a new area.