Cyanotype on clay pottery
Thomas C Waters (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 14 Dec 1995 23:25:14 -0500 (EST)
Does anyone have any experience putting cyanotypes on clay pottery bowls???
I would assume the clay ought to take the emulsion pretty well... While
I'll be able to do a little testing, what are your predictions to
exposure time as compared to a watercolor paper. The bowls I have to
work with have been bisqued fired I believe. Can they be glaze fired
after exposure??? I doubt they could be used for any food afterwards,
but could be decorative...
Any help or suggestions would be really appreciated.
Thomas C. Waters
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