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  1. Buncheong

    Here are some photos from our class on Buncheong at the El Torn in Barcelona. It is an inlaying technique taught to us by Corrie Bain who studied in Korea.
  2. Arrived early to make sure all is well and we'll be acclimated for the group on Sunday.Near the hotel is the top of Las Ramblas leading into the Gothic Barrio. The church of Pi has one of the largest Gothic windows in Spain and has performances regularly. The Placa Reial is lined with nice restaurants to meet anyone's taste.There are lots o great places to eat. The Irati is one of my favorites. Tomorrow will go see Martin at Etorn. Time the walk from the hotel.
  3. First day of hands on working in Etorn with teapots by Corrie Bain and Laser Images Transfer with Tinua Wiard. E Torn os a fabulous studio with many resident artists of high professional experience. The image is made on a laser copier. Painter with the pigment mix. allowed to dry in minutes. the pigment sticks to the white surface and not the laser ink. Then the image is placed face down and on a damp tile and rubbed from the back with a spoon. Here are some images of laser copy transfer technique using stain and 10% alkaline glaze.
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