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5 edition of Kiln-fired glass. found in the catalog.

Kiln-fired glass.

by Harriette Anderson

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Chilton Book Co. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glass blowing and working.,
  • Glass painting and staining.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 177.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP862 .A5 1970
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 185 p.
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4575389M
    ISBN 100801955408
    LC Control Number77116917

    Take your kiln-fired glass projects to a whole new level. G. Argy-Rousseau: Glassware As Art: With a Catalogue Raisonne of the Pates De Verre This book is an inspiration for anyone interested in working with Pate de Verre or kiln-casting glass sculptures. Kiln Fired Glass - Copper & Metal Inclusions Advanced Fusing Techniques (Glass Fusing, Book 2) Best Bottle Book Ever By Boyce Raku Glass - A Kiln Firing Process Glass Casting and Moldmaking (Glass Fusing, Book 3).

    The class was based on two of his books, Kiln Fired Glass (Copper & Metal Inclusions) and Raku Glass. I wish I had read his books before going to class. There was a lot to absorb in class learning about how reactive enamels, different metals, and oxides react. Boyce, however, has a great “you can’t do anything wrong” attitude which is nice.   JUDY TUWALETSTIWA kiln-fired glass and painton canvas and paper a grain of sand may have witnessed seas coming and going,mountains building up and wearing down,species being born and dying, reptiles taking nt in glass is the flow and upheaval of geologic organic process informs my work. [email protected] | / .

    The toast, eggs, butter and jelly in the photographs are made of glass and have a tactile appeal. 1 year and up.” - Karen Young, My Daily Find, San Fernando, CA“Books, art, children, kiln-fired glass, and the amazing team of artists and educators from Brazee Studios and blue manatee. The versatile firing range for Kiln Fired Decals allow them to be used for: Fusible Glass, Enameled Metals, Torch Fired and Ceramic application. Most are best applied as a surface decal but many and are used at higher temperatures for a Glass Embellishment in fused glass and kiln fired ceramics.


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Just brush or spray it on. Matures at °. 8 or 32 oz. bottle.