Virginia Scotchie on fri 13 aug 04
I would like to post the availability of the 2004 USC Clay and Glaze
Compendium. I have about 25 copies left for sale.
The 210 page compendium contains over 1000 receipes for low fire and high
fire clay bodies and glazes. Also many receipes for salt, soda and raku
firings. Special sections on notes about raw materials, slips and engobes,
terra sigillata and plaster mold making is included.
Receipes have been indexed and compiled from such places as Anderson Ranch,
Penland School, Haystack School, The European Ceramic Work Center and such
artists as Linda Arbuckle, Wayne Higby, Nan Smith, Bobby Silverman and Jeff
Oestrich to name a few!
Great resource for teachers, students and studio artists!
Cost is 20.00 which includes shipping and handling.
Professor Virginia Scotchie
University of South Carolina
Department of Art
Columbia SC 29208