Video of the Week: Adding Depth to Tiles Using Underglaze as a Joining Slip and an Aesthetic Tool
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Underglaze is a lot of fun to work with because it comes in virtually every color of the rainbow, can stay true to color (depending on your firing range), can be mixed like paints, and on and on. But I have to say, it never really occurred to me to use it as a joining… Read More »
We feature a lot of videos and articles on Ceramic Arts Daily about making ceramic art that goes on top of the table, but what about ceramic art that is the table top? I think we are due for some of that. In today’s video clip, an excerpt from her DVD Creative Tile Making, Angelica Pozo demonstrates how to make a cut tile mosaic tabletop.
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