Cristpots@AOL.COM on sat 4 nov 00
American Olean in Olean, New York makes porcelain tiles for outdoor murals.
They are extremely dense and I doubt that the finished tile would accept
glaze but you might want to check with them.The tiles are expensive but come
in different sizes and lots of different colors. They use colored porcelain
to make the tiles so the color goes all the way through the tile.
Beverly Crist, Los Angeles
David Clark on tue 7 nov 00
Checking on tiles already, aye.
I wonder why. Good luck I hope you get it. Listen I'm going to need some
help with a project. I want to fold/curve a longish piece of slab rolled
clay into a sort of kneeling upright position. There seems to be so much in
the way of getting it done right. I'll talk to you tomorrow about it, remind
me.I think Nancy is limiting us to getting the suit and lunch and then back
home. So "we" can take Tyler to the dentist and she doesn't feel saddled
with it. Really tell me what you think about my idea tomorrow. I also want
to include some melted bottle glass into a mold that resembles a vagina to
attatch/danggle under the piece. It probably sounds more risque' than it is.
Later, Dave C.
>Reply-To: Ceramic Arts Discussion List
>Subject: cone 10 porcelain tile
>Date: Sat, 4 Nov 2000 14:06:32 EST
>American Olean in Olean, New York makes porcelain tiles for outdoor murals.
>They are extremely dense and I doubt that the finished tile would accept
>glaze but you might want to check with them.The tiles are expensive but
>in different sizes and lots of different colors. They use colored porcelain
>to make the tiles so the color goes all the way through the tile.
>Beverly Crist, Los Angeles
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