[Table of Contents] [Search]


[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: Copier Transfers



I'm not sure of the technique, but one of my university's art students
printed his photographs on clay slabs.  So something is possible. (Looked
more like photocopy than photograph, but looked good, too).


                     _________
|\        /|       /________/(
|? \    / ?|      (________(/(___
|??? \/ ???|    /_(________(/__/(
|   Judy   |   (______________(/(
|  Kerman  |   (Mayapple Press(/(
| Saginaw, |   (______________(/
 \ ? MI ? /
   \ ?? /       http://www.cris.com/~Jkerman
     \/

On Tue, 13 Jan 1998, Janet L. Maher wrote:

> I enjoyed the previous thread about transfers and am wondering if anyone
> has info about doing copier transfers on wet (or dry) clay slabs?
> Thank you.
>
> Janet
>
>  ~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~~~/.\~
>
>           Janet Maher, Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts
>           Loyola College in Maryland, 4501 North Charles Street
>           Baltimore, Maryland  21210-2699        (410-617-5545)
>
>                 (web) http://www.qis.net/~jmar/index.balto.html
>                 (email)  jmar@qis.net
>
>              "Rise up nimbly and go on your strange journey
>               to the ocean of meanings."             --Rumi
>


[Subject index] [Index for current month] [Table of Contents] [Search]