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Working with Paperclay and Other Additives

by Anne Lightwood

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Published by Crowood Press, Limited, The .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ceramics,
  • Modelling (in clay, wax & other plastic materials),
  • Hobbies/Crafts,
  • Crafts & Hobbies,
  • Crafts / Hobbies,
  • General,
  • Crafts & Hobbies / General,
  • HANDICRAFT

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8629362M
    ISBN 101861263376
    ISBN 109781861263377

    Paper clay (sometimes referred to as fiberclay) is any clay body to which processed cellulose fiber (paper being the most common) has been added.. Earthenware, terra cotta, stoneware, porcelain and bone china clay bodies can be made into paper clay. The more fiber added to the clay body, the stronger the unfired dry paper clay, but the weaker the fired body. Paper clay can be made with a variety of different clays, including terracotta, porcelain, earthenware, and stoneware. Though paper pulp is the most common and easiest fiber to work with, clay can also be mixed with any other cellulose fiber to create the same effect.

    I keep the paper clay recipe in a ziploc bag in the fridge next to the slip. It feels like bread dough. I actually prefer to let it set up a few days before I use it. I have a tendency to not squeeze all the water out of the TP. and usually have to add more of the other ingredients to make up for it. I don't have specific amounts to pass along. Book Description University of Pennsylvania Press, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Paperclay is an extremely versatile material for the contemporary potter. Now firmly established in the ceramics world, this mix of clay and paper fibers is remarkably flexible, strong, and easy to repair.

      Paper clay is an ideal solution for building complex or delicate ceramic sculpture. Made by mixing any type of clay body–earthenware, stoneware, raku or porcelain–with paper pulp, paper clay improves joining capabilities and decreases warping and shrinkage, all the while reducing the heft of the work. But when it sits around, it can get rather stinky. Dec 1, - Recently I decided to see if I could make my own air dry, paper clay to use on some of my paper mache projects. I ended up with a really great clay.


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[Anne Lightwood] -- The idea of combining fibres with clay is not a new idea but the use of paperclay is a concept that has recently taken root with potters. Anne Lightwood's guide to using this material is fully.

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Working With Paperclay and Other Additives The idea of combining fibres with clay is not a new idea but the use of paperclay is a concept that has recently taken root with potters. Anne Lightwood's guide to using this material is fully illustrated in colour. Working with Paperclay and Other Additives Author: Anne Lightwood Publish On: Paperclay is now widely recognized as a material that allows great freedom of expression, relieving the maker of many of the technical problems associated with conventional clays.

With lavish illustrations throughout, "Working with Paperclay and Other Additives" provides the expertise to inspire potters to discover this exciting material and, for those already smitten, to try new techniques and ideas by drawing on the examples and experiences from different artists.

See Oxfam website for delivery information Read more. I have been doing clay for 50 years and working with paperclay for 20 years. This is the best resource I have found for paperclay.

I even learned some new things and was stimulated by the ideas in the book. Rosette describes alternate ways of working with paperclay, including several "non-linear" s:   Enhancing your clay with additives. Non-clay materials can be added to bodies to enhance their workability or fired surface characteristics.

Today we’re going to talk about the most common clay additives: grog, paper, sand, and nylon fibers. She has given lectures on glass and her work has been included in many exhibitions and publications.

Various Magazines: FAIR LADY (R.S.A.) GARDEN AND HOME (R.S.A.) NATIONAL CERAMICS 'CRAFT ART-FOCUS ON CLAY' by Doreen Hemp Books: 'WORKING WITH PAPERCLAY AND OTHER ADDITIVES' by Anne Lightwood (Published ). Linda began working in paperclay recently and was taken with Gault's book, PaperClay.

She enrolled in a three day workshop offered by Gault and Hay in June of in Port Hadlock, Washington and on her flight back from this event, Linda had the idea for the Laguna Beach ceramics conference and symposium which attracted a total of attendees. Making your own paper clay is economical and versatile, as any clay body can be used.

There are some issues to be aware of: The shelf life of homemade paper clay is about two weeks, so it needs to be used up quickly; if kept for longer, the organic cellulose starts to break down and decay (Kathleen discusses the health issues around this in Chapter 3 of Additions to Clay Bodies).

Contemporary Sculpting Techniques by Master Artists. The Figure in Clay. Lark Books, Lightwood, Ann. Working with Paperclay and Other Additives. Crowood Pr, Zelanski, Paul and Mary Pat Fisher. The Art of Seeing-Sixth Edition.

New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, Books shelved as ceramics-handbuilding: The Practical Potter, A Step By Step Handbook by Josie Warshaw, Handbuilt Ceramics: Pinching * Coiling * Extrudin. An Exhibition coincided with the publication of, and featured work by some of the makers from, the book Paper Clay and Other Additives by Anne lightwood (Crowood Press, July ).

The book explores ideas and approaches to the medium, discovering why makers use paper clay in a particular way, as well as how they use it. This is my first time trying paper clay, I just stared to do paper mache again the other day first time since wow long long time ago.

I usually work with polymer clay. I wanted to do something different. Found your paper clay recipe and going to try it. I'm also going to try. Explore books by Anne Lightwood with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £.

4) Anne Lightwood, Working With Paperclay and Other Additives (Marlborough: The Crowood Press Ltd, ) 5) Hugo and Marjorie Munsterberg, World Ceramic, From Prehistoric to Modern Times (Canada: Penguin Books Ltd, ) 6) Emmanuel Cooper, A History of World Pottery (Pennsylvania: Chilton Trade Book, ).Aylieff, F., Review: Working with Paperclay and Other Additives, Ceramic Review (June), (incl image: Graham Hay, 'Curved Information as Object', × × 6m) Lightwood, A, Paperclay and other clay additives, Crowood Press, UK, 10 16 and cover.

(ISB ). 24, articles and books. Periodicals Literature. Keyword Title Author Topic. With the invention of paperclay, this technique is widely used in ceramics today. Anne; Working with Paperclay and Other Additives, The Crowood Press Ltd., Ramsbury, Marlborough,