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Re: Ceramics display

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Rosa Juliusdottir (rojul)
Fri, 16 May 1997 22:05:08 GMT

I just finished putting up some ceramics display at our spring show and I
use different sizes of pedestals (I think that is what you call them), they
can be of plywood, different hights and square mtrs. (or centimtrs.) I
usually paint them in different shades of grey. Then I group the projects
together, often I do glue small pieces on little wooden blocks, also
painted in light grey or some neutral colour. Often my clay projects are a
part of other projects. This year we did a collage project after
introducing the students to Picassoīs Three musicians. This we followed by
making musicians out of clay. They turned out wonderful and now they are
displayed on a low pedestal(about 60 cmtrs. high, 90 long and 30 or so
wide). The collage pieces are on the wall right behind it. Now I donīt know
if you understand this at all!!! It has been a busy week hanging up our
spring show, but it is looking great and will open on Saturday. Do visit
our homepage. Best regards, Rosa

>Does anyone have any good ideas about how to display ceramics pieces?
>For our Spring show, I have a counter top that goes the length of the room
>(20 ft. or so)
>and I want to find something new to do next year. Any ideas?