Complete guide to paper clay : mixing recipes : building, finishing, and firing : 10 practice projects / Liliane Tardio-Brise.
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- ISBN: 9780811770699
- ISBN: 0811770699
- Physical Description: 165 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
- Publisher: Essex, Connecticut : Stackpole Books, 
"Original French title: La terre-papier, 2008, 2016 Éditions Eyrolles, Paris, France"--Title page verso.
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"Liliane Tardio-Brise experiments step-by-step with the reactions of paper clay to the usual techniques of ceramics-pinch building, coils, slabs, wheel throwing, etc.-to bring an understanding of the many ways of working with paper clay. With cellulose fibers added, the clay gains new properties. Rehydrating paper clay pieces brings back their suppleness and allows them to accept deformations, easily repair cracks, and be built on with new clay pieces. Paper clay lends itself to all finishes, can be air dried and/or fired, and, because the fibers burn off when fired, finished pieces are lighter and can be built taller and still maintain their stability"-- Provided by publisher.
Liliane Tardio-Brise, ceramist, has been running a workshop in Alsace, France, for almost 20 years. Scientifically trained, she gives precise and informative instruction, enabling her students to comprehend the properties as well as the processes of working with paper clay.
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