Hands in Clay: An Introduction to Ceramics

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Hands in Clay: An Introduction to Ceramics

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Edited by Charlotte F. Speight & John Toki

Published by Mayfield Publishing Company

1995

Marylyn Dintenfass is a painter who works frequently in clay. The uniqueness of her work is that she has made clay like paper or cloth, not as a substitute for those wonderful materials, but as a material that can be drawn upon, that can be dyed in coulours, that can be moulded into any shape, such as a thin sheet which can also be shaped into sculptural form that remains consistent after having been fired and can even be washed. Marylyn Dintenfass makes ceramics that can hardly be made that can only be compared to painting and sculpture; they cannot be used as a bowl, a plate or a brick.

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