Metal Clay Fusion

Filename: metal-clay-fusion.pdf
ISBN: 1600596975
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 144
Author: Gordon K. Uyehara
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)

Download and read online Metal Clay Fusion in PDF and EPUB The first entry in the new Metal Clay Master Class series features the world's leading artist in this versatile medium, which can be molded like clay, but after firing is pure metal. Gordon K. Uyehara offers detailed instructions for 22 original projects using several types of metal clay, including silver, bronze, and copper. A gallery of work demonstrates Uyehara's skill and the extraordinary possibilities of the material.


Sculptural Metal Clay Jewelry

Filename: sculptural-metal-clay-jewelry.pdf
ISBN: 9781620333259
Release Date: 2013-03-25
Number of pages: 144
Author: Kate McKinnon
Publisher: Betterway Books

Download and read online Sculptural Metal Clay Jewelry in PDF and EPUB Beginning with an overview of the properties of metal clay, including safety information and metalsmithing terms, this thorough resource offers detailed procedures for creating a variety of components, settings, findings, attachments, 3-D forms, and textured effects. Each technique is shown with step-by-step photography to make it easy for jewelry makers at the advanced beginner to intermediate levels to learn the art of metal clay. The 12 unique projects within have multiple components made from metal clay, including clasps, chains, and settings; moveable and removable pieces; unusual textures and patinas; and unique construction and engineering. Creative tips on incorporating beads are also included. This handbook offers jewelry artists the design inspiration needed to create gallery-level pieces that are truly wearable art.


Metal Clay Jewelry

Filename: metal-clay-jewelry.pdf
ISBN: 1581807856
Release Date: 2006-08-08
Number of pages: 144
Author: Louise Duhamel
Publisher: North Light Books

Download and read online Metal Clay Jewelry in PDF and EPUB Polymer clay and jewelry artists are experimenting with metal clay more than ever, but there are few books on the market to show them how to use this exciting new medium. Highlights include: ? 19 fashionable step-by-step projects, including a variety of styles provided by both the author and talented contributing artists ? An easy, skill-building approach that teaches readers a new technique with each project ? A wide range of creative techniques--from carving and setting gems to making clasps and mixing found objects with metal clay


Pure Silver Metal Clay Beads

Filename: pure-silver-metal-clay-beads.pdf
ISBN: 9781589236110
Release Date: 2011-07-01
Number of pages: 160
Author: Linda Kaye-Moses
Publisher: Creative Publishing International

Download and read online Pure Silver Metal Clay Beads in PDF and EPUB A variety of silver bead projects utilizing metal clay.


Metal Clay and Color

Filename: metal-clay-and-color.pdf
ISBN: 9780871167415
Release Date: 2012-11-19
Number of pages: 112
Author:
Publisher: Kalmbach Books

Download and read online Metal Clay and Color in PDF and EPUB Metal Clay & Color explores adding color to metal clay jewelry in novel ways. Twenty top designers are working with all kinds of metal clay, various forms of silver, bronze, and copper, and adding different elements to add color to the projects. The 25 projects in this book include color with polymer clay, colored ceramics, patinas, resin, gemstones, seed beads, enamel, and more. All techniques are presented with step-by-step instructions and photographs. These well recognized contributors bring an eye-candy appeal to metal!


Folk Art Fusion

Filename: folk-art-fusion.pdf
ISBN: 9781633221987
Release Date: 2017-03-01
Number of pages: 128
Author: Heather Galler
Publisher: Walter Foster

Download and read online Folk Art Fusion in PDF and EPUB Discover how to create colorful, contemporary folk art with a modern twist! Folk Art Fusion explores the colorful combination of art styles present in modern folk art paintings. Learn how traditional folk art continues to influence today's painters, and discover how to create contemporary folk-art paintings with approachable, step-by-step projects featuring traditional subjects painted with creative techniques and popular style, including flowers, animals, architecture, sugar skulls, portraits, and more. Colorful, contemporary, and inspirational, Folk Art Fusion allows artists of all skill levels to discover the joy of creating modern, global-inspired art in this time-treasured genre.


Throwing Pots

Filename: throwing-pots.pdf
ISBN: 0812217578
Release Date: 2000-09-15
Number of pages: 128
Author: Phil Rogers
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

Download and read online Throwing Pots in PDF and EPUB "Throwing clay on a potter's wheel and the seemingly effortless and wonderful way that clay will swell and climb in the hands of a skilled potter is merely the beginning to this most 'natural' and ancient of crafts."--from Throwing Pots Throwing is a skill that many potters seek to master. It requires patience, time, and lots of practice. In Throwing Pots, Phil Rogers takes the reader through the basic principles of throwing. With the help of step-by-step illustrations, he demonstrates how to make a wide range of pots, from the simple bowl to the more complex forms of teapots and jugs, including lids and spouts. Rogers also discusses the aesthetics of pottery, encouraging readers to assess design and develop a personal style as well as recommending places to see examples of fine quality handthrown pottery.


Show Me a Story

Filename: show-me-a-story.pdf
ISBN: 9781603428972
Release Date: 2012-08-29
Number of pages: 144
Author: Emily K. Neuburger
Publisher: Storey Publishing

Download and read online Show Me a Story in PDF and EPUB Encouraging children to let their imagination run wild, Emily K. Neubinger offers 40 inventive projects and activities that will inspire kids ages 5 to 12 to express themselves through storytelling. Younger children will love making story stones and a storytelling jar, while older kids will open up and thrive as they embark on guided story walks and inspiring journaling exercises. Sparking creativity while developing a child’s love of language, Show Me a Story will kindle a lifelong passion for both writing and telling original stories.


The Glass Artist s Studio Handbook

Filename: the-glass-artist-s-studio-handbook.pdf
ISBN: 9781610580267
Release Date: 2011-07-01
Number of pages: 176
Author: Cecilia Cohen
Publisher: Quarry Books

Download and read online The Glass Artist s Studio Handbook in PDF and EPUB The Glass Artist's Studio Handbook offers readers a comprehensive and accessible guide to not only the nuts and bolts of this perennially popular craft but insight into the artisan crafter's lifestyle. Our book offers much, much more than “just projects” – it will fast become the go-to reference for all home crafters. Many glass art how-to books on the market provide precise patterns and instructions for projects that are fairly traditional in technique, materials and style. Completing a project from those books leaves you with a piece that is ideally identical to what the author created – and to what every other student using the book created. Many books are strong in the basics but do not do enough to challenge us to stretch our imagination, experiment with new styles, and explore materials. Readers want creative challenge and stimulation, and Quarry delivers with this complete glass art curriculum.


Mastering Peyote Stitch

Filename: mastering-peyote-stitch.pdf
ISBN: 9781620333839
Release Date: 2012-12-11
Number of pages: 160
Author: Melinda Barta
Publisher: Betterway Books

Download and read online Mastering Peyote Stitch in PDF and EPUB With interest in beadweaving on the rise, Mastering Peyote provides a much-needed look into the most integral technique - peyote stitch. With 15 styles in all, beading geniuses will finally have an accessible, easy-to-understand guide to one of the fundamentals of beadweaving, brought to you courtesy of Beadwork Editor Melinda Barta. In the “Peyote Basics” chapter, you will learn the basics of creating flat peyote bands, then advance to circular and tubular variations, eventually learning to fashion dimensional jewelry pieces. Once you've mastered the basics, Melinda dives into designing dimensional jewelry pieces. Additional chapters cover combining peyote with other popular beadweaving techniques (right-angle weave, herringbone, and bead embroidery) and creating unique edgings and embellishments for finished pieces. Melinda, together with Beadwork's Designers of the Year, including Jean Campbell, Lisa Kan, Carole Ohl, Melanie Potter, Jean Power, Cynthia Rutledge, and Sherri Serafini, demonstrates a range of styles in 15 beautiful jewelry projects.


Metal Clay Magic

Filename: metal-clay-magic.pdf
ISBN: 9780871162205
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 128
Author: Nana V. Mizushima
Publisher: Kalmbach Publishing, Co.

Download and read online Metal Clay Magic in PDF and EPUB This book includes step-by-step instructions for rolling, stamping, finishing and combining metal clay with other materials. More than 25 projects.


Proceedings

Filename: proceedings.pdf
ISBN: MINN:319510005678043
Release Date: 1938
Number of pages:
Author: Institute of British Foundrymen
Publisher:

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Low firing and Burnishing

Filename: low-firing-and-burnishing.pdf
ISBN: 9781408106365
Release Date: 2009-10-16
Number of pages: 112
Author: Sumi von Dassow
Publisher: A&C Black

Download and read online Low firing and Burnishing in PDF and EPUB This book covers techniques of firing and finishing at low temperature without using glazes. Many ancient cultures and contemporary potters use methods of low firing, adding slips and burnishing pieces to create a more natural finish. The advantages are that it can be done without a kiln using old dustbins, pits dug out of the earth, or bonfires, meaning that providing you have outdoor space, it can be done on a low budget. This book is a step-by-step practical approach and beginner's guide, which focuses on how to do low firing and natural finishes, with many illustrations of beautiful work by contemporary makers. Chapters include burnishing, terra sigillata, smoke-firing, pit-firing, saggar firing and raku techniques.


Handcrafted Metal Findings

Filename: handcrafted-metal-findings.pdf
ISBN: 9781620336953
Release Date: 2015-07-06
Number of pages: 128
Author: Denise Peck
Publisher: "F+W Media, Inc."

Download and read online Handcrafted Metal Findings in PDF and EPUB Metalsmiths reveal new findings in jewelry trends! Following up their best-selling book Handcrafted Wire Findings, Denise Peck and Jane Dickerson give jewelers more techniques, more (and different) findings, and more inspiration. Handcrafted Metal Findings features 30 step-by-step tutorials for metal findings that require only basic jewelry-making skills. Working with precut metal blanks and thin-gauge sheet metal, Denise, Jane, and several contributing artists have created great-looking findings--head pins, bead caps, bails, charms, connectors, cones, and more--all without a lot of effort. All the metalwork can be done with basic tools--no saws, no flex shaft, no oxy/acetylene tanks. Metal pieces are hole-punched, dapped, hammered, textured with stamps and tools, colorized, oxidized, and patinated. Construction techniques include simple soldering with a micro torch and cold connections such as riveting. Finished gallery pieces that incorporate some of the findings provide additional inspiration in this inspiration- and information-packed book.


Decorative Art

Filename: decorative-art.pdf
ISBN: 9781783107872
Release Date: 2015-09-15
Number of pages: 437
Author: Albert Jaquemart
Publisher: Parkstone International

Download and read online Decorative Art in PDF and EPUB From the Middle Ages to contemporary times, decorative art can be defi ned by the artistic materials, designs and objects used in both architecture and interior design. Similar to many art forms decorative art continues to evolve, originating with pieces as simple as a chair, noted for its utility, to purely ornamental objects, celebrated for their aesthetic beauty. Decorative Art aims to eulogize these often undervalued objects by giving praise to all mediums of decorative art throughout the centuries. Originally never considered as fi ne art, their artistic potential was not acknowledged until the twentieth century when industrial production replaced artisanal creation. The age, authenticity and above all the uniqueness of these precious objects have now become the new standards of quality and beauty found in decorative art. Join us in discovering the evolution of decorative art through this enticing survey of major masterpieces throughout time.