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Hi Everyone,

 

I was browsing and I came across a ceramic slab/canvas to paint on. It had a hanger in the back and it was shaped like stretched canvas, but made out of ceramic. It was not a porcelain substrate. Does anyone know who sold these? I thought I was on Amaco site but I can't find them. Please help!

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I finally found it on the Dick Blick site. Wow, it took me two hours. Here is the link. Has anyone used them?

http://www.dickblick...co-clay-canvas/

 

just looks like a clay slab made into a faux blank canvas. i'm guessing if you rolled out a slab and textured it with some canvas you'd have pretty much the same thing.

 

to add to the ceramic canvas linked before - you might want to look into Keraflex which is another porcelain sheeting that's similar to the PC Substrates.

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I finally found it on the Dick Blick site. Wow, it took me two hours. Here is the link. Has anyone used them?

 

 

http://www.dickblick...co-clay-canvas/

 

 

 

I ordered and have received a case of the small ones, 6x6. They are just what they look like, nice and flat. I'm looking forward to making some creative wall hangings with them and maybe teaching a class. They are low fire. I'm a huge fan of Mayco products as all of it is very reliable and well tested. Let me know if you have any questions...

 

I plan on doing some Majolica stamping with the Mayco stamps and Stroke & Coat on them and then use their new product, SG-501 Sculpting Medium with a stencil on top to create a modern kind of look. biggrin.gif

 

http://www.maycocolors.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1120&Itemid=71

 

http://www.maycocolors.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=mayco_flypage.tpl&product_id=9468&category_id=73&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=4

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Thank You

 

I am doing a series of drawing just using slip, underglaze and clear glaze right now.

 

 

I finally found it on the Dick Blick site. Wow, it took me two hours. Here is the link. Has anyone used them?

 

 

http://www.dickblick...co-clay-canvas/

 

 

 

I ordered and have received a case of the small ones, 6x6. They are just what they look like, nice and flat. I'm looking forward to making some creative wall hangings with them and maybe teaching a class. They are low fire. I'm a huge fan of Mayco products as all of it is very reliable and well tested. Let me know if you have any questions...

 

I plan on doing some Majolica stamping with the Mayco stamps and Stroke & Coat on them and then use their new product, SG-501 Sculpting Medium with a stencil on top to create a modern kind of look. biggrin.gif

 

http://www.maycocolo...=1120&Itemid=71

 

http://www.maycocolo...uemart&Itemid=4

 

 

 

 

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