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Rosette Gault and Graham Hay
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Remove the mystery from paperclay
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A balanced blend
Paperclay, whether it is based from low fire earthenware, high fire stoneware, raku, terracotta, or ultra thin translucent porcelain, makes it possible now to see forms that could never be accomplished before. And it saves time for classic forms because it does not have to be slow dried and is easier to transport. It can be adapted to small or scale projects such as murals and bas relief projects. It’s now also possible to construct large substantial looking sculptures that can be super light, but tough enough to stand outdoors through seasons. Another of its features is that a kiln fired finish is optional, but not required, because the air set greenware is nearly twice as strong as greenware of traditional clay.
Did you know?
Rosette and Graham were the invited guest artists at the First International Paperclay Symposium, at the International Ceramic Studio (ICS), Kecskemet, Hungary in 2004 and both have presented papers on paperclay at National Council Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA.)