paper clay


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paper clay

[′pā·pər ‚klā]
(materials)
A special-grade clay that is mixed with paper pulp to add body, weight, and finish to paper products.
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One project I like to do is watercolor cave paintings on paper clay.
Local artist Rogene Manas created and organized "The Going Away Party," a collection of paper clay portraits of 13 endangered animals in party hats.
Chris Gustin and I are looking at a lidded jar I made from Laguna paper clay.
For the first time, Dans plunges into the world of paper clay sculptures, crafting and painting her figurines using discarded newspaper and glue.
I make a wire framework on to which layers of printed and patterned pieces of porcelain paper clay are applied to form a skin.
I depend on the strength and generosity of the paper clay I use.
Whether made with felted wool, embroidered with the finest of thread or crafted from paper clay and patched together with mixed media, the dozens of dolls at the library are a highly unusual and stunning breed.
The most complex work in this show, however, was Pop Storm, which comprises a much greater number of popcorn like objects, smaller and made from Japanese paper clay, embellished with yellow dyes, and then blackened with a propane torch.
The courses are challenging and fun as they dabble with various arts medium such as clay, terracotta, charcoal, paper clay, chalk and paint.
CERAMICS artist Ros Ingram will be holding adults-only workshops at The Herbert on April 19, where people will be able to make printed ceramic pictures from paper clay.
Another sculpture taken from the cast of Erica's body is made in paper clay.
We all brainstormed and came up the idea of a brooch in the form of an expressive figure made from paper clay and incorporating beads and found objects as embellishment.