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RE: Clay Head Sculptures

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wrapf (wrapf)
Tue, 3 Jun 97 08:04:42 EDT


Kay

Dampness could be a culprit. If the air is humid, or if it has been raining,
clay takes forever to dry out. Particularily thicker or block-type work. At
certain times of the year clay can take 2-3 weeks to become bone dry. Check
the temperature of the clay by placing the thickest part against your cheek.
If it feels cool, it's not dry.

Bill R.