The artist shed much light on the work's thematic message, the heavy presence of colour, and signs of graphic technique imported from sgraffito
, etching and silkscreen.
As the paint or ink is removed, the wax colors you used for your pattern will glow through the lines of your sgraffito
murals of the Book of Revelation 1964 Adam Kossowski, St Benet's Chaplaincy, Queen Mary's University, east London
Exploring the biggest ancient castle (according to Guinness World Records) was a splendid, surreal all-day affair that started in the surrounding Hradcany Square, The mesmerizing exterior of the Schwarzenberg Palace, also situated on the square, is a masterpiece of sgraffito
At Studio Ceramics there are two workshops - Play with clay: Pandora's Box with artist Manuella Mavromichalis and Painting on Bisque: Sgraffito
with Cynthia Ikponmwonba.
The street front of the Women's Athletic Club was decorated with a sgraffito
technique, using brown, buff, blue, and green plasters to set off the neutral concrete surface.
Jackson's manual training began in the Infant classes with cardboard sloyd--based on objects and geometric figures; modelling--clay, putty, plaster of paris, sgraffito
work; picture framing--leather, paper, wood, cork, cones etc.; book binding; brushmaking; rope-making; string manipulation -netting and hammocks; and plaiting--straw, cane, basket-making, rush weaving, whip-plaiting.
orb vase from Jonathan Adler (see above).
Many students chose to apply thick impasto layers then use a sgraffito
technique to draw into the wet paint, revealing the colors below.
"We create traditional styles from a local red Pennsylvania clay, decorating it in traditional methods that are called slipware [redware objects coated with liquid clays of contrasting colors] and sgraffito
, which means scratch decoration," explains Foltz.
The decorative media include painting, sculpturai relief, and most commonly sgraffito
, an originally Italian technique by which linear designs were scratched through layers of colored plaster.
The earliest specimen dates from this period--a barber basin inscribed "Putz und Balwir mich heibsh und fein das ich gefal der liebste mein [Clean and shave me nicely and fine so that I'll please my loved one!." Later Pennsylvania Dutch sgraffito
, pottery in which a design is etched through the surface coating to show the layer beneath, and slipware bore short verses like the following: