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Anyone pursuing academic degree involving paperclays will find extensive history, background and citation- of contribution and published research known prior to and after 1991.
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Paper Clay by Rosette Gault
From the Review by Ceramics Monthly Magazine:
" This is a book about clay and it's a book about freedom," states Gault. "It's also about a discovery. It's about imagination unbounded and a practical means to bring about a fresh vision to the ceramic form. It's about a ceramic material more versatile than previously believed. . . . This book will enable you the maker, the creator, to understand how this is so, from the ground up, so to speak." The handbook incorporates several charts and illustrations, featuring firing schedules and proportion guidelines, as well as cross sections and templates for common forms. The book illustrates the flexibility of paper clay through abundant illustrations of the work of an international group of artists.
144 pages including a history and overview of paper clay, appendix, list of suppliers, bibliography, and index. 137 color and 29 black-and-white photographs. Softcover, $26.50 USD. (£17.50). ISBN (
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the older edition below is going out of print- limited to supplies on hand only.