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Screen Printing and Stenciling Underglaze Designs on Curvy Pots

Posted By Meredith Host On September 27, 2013 @ 9:59 am In Ceramic Decorating Techniques,Daily,Features,Video | 1 Comment

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Today’s video clip didn’t quite fit onto the new Meredith Host DVD because we ran out of space. But I just couldn’t bear having it languish on the cutting room floor, so I decided to share it with you all today.

 

As we all know, transferring two-dimensional designs onto a three-dimensional surface can be challenging – especially if that surface is curvy. In this clip, Meredith shows how she approaches screen printed and stenciled decoration on one of her curvy mugs. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.


 

 

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This clip was excerpted from Form, Pattern, and Underglaze: Wheel Throwing and Decorating, which is available in the Ceramic Arts Daily Bookstore!

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host-mug-finishedTo learn more about Meredith Host or to see more images of his/her work, please visit http://meredithhost.com/home.html.

 

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