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Re: japanese clay project

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Wed, 10 Feb 1999 18:57:44 -0500

could do multi media- and use paper, clay and collage material. Clay
fish with fan tails. Windsock chimes etc.

Teri Sanford wrote:
> Why not do a clay fish? I attended a workshop once where they
> used slabs that had been folded up like a taco shell, pinched at
> the top to close (stuff with paper towels). The mouth was a
> large open "o" and texture was added on the second day, using
> found objects like keys, drill bits, etc. I don't remember how
> they did the tails. You could tie it in with the gyotaku and
> with fish kites that are popular. Fish are such an integral
> part of Japanese culture (the goldfish, etc) that it makes
> sense.
> teri
> in Texas, where it's 80 degrees this week. Expecting a freeze
> on Friday!

john barrick
Sandra Barrick