Image Transfer on Clay
The first comprehensive how-to book on the topic! Contemporary ceramists have adapted traditional printmaking procedures to transfer images onto clay surfaces. And, with this thorough resource, anyone can take advantage of these techniques in their own home studio--even those with no printmaking background.More »
The first comprehensive how-to book on the topic! Contemporary ceramists have adapted traditional printmaking procedures to transfer images onto clay surfaces. And, with this thorough resource, anyone can take advantage of these techniques in their own home studio--even those with no printmaking background. The simple processes don't require fancy equipment. Use silk-screen decals with light-sensitive emulsions to create a master image: then cover with glazes, and voilá! Use colored slips for unique monoprints. Work with stencils, relief blocks, or stamps, trying a variety of materials to mark the clay surface. Each method is carefully laid out in numerous photos, and shown on a finished piece. More than 100 images by leading contemporary artists showcase the techniques and provide a wealth of inspiration.« Less
screen, relief, decal & monoprint techniques
A brief history of printing on clay
Making a screen
Slips, engobes, underglazes
Making a monotype
Screen prints on plaster
Drawings or screen prints on paper
Relief block prints
Stamps and cylinder seals
Slip, engobe, and clay recipes for transfer processes
Diazo screen emulsion exposure time
A quick guide to mixing good plaster.
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