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Tenyoh

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About Tenyoh

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    Country of prairies and hills
  • Interests
    sustainable living, hiking, eating good food, good laughter
  1. Thank you all for the advice. I'll not use a drywall cutout. I don't want to knock myself out with the fume. My kiln is not segmented, but I will try to lower my sculpture using strips of bedsheet. I'll make sure to put glog underneath, too. Thanks a bunch.
  2. Have any of you fired a sculpture with a piece of drywall underneath? I heard you could do it when the piece is large or delicate. In this way, I don't need to touch the actual piece, while loading it into the kiln. I'm thinking of doing it if you think it is safe. Appreciate your advice in advance. Tenyoh
  3. Isculpt, this site is OUR work of your knowledge. Yes, it is always good to learn from each other. Thank you.
  4. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Jayne. I miss exchanging emails with you. I'm at the stage I want to experiment with clays and colors. How could they work together to bring out the magic and mystery of art?
  5. Here is how I prepared for my first sculpture show with generous help from isculpt. Hope some of the information in this album will be helpful to you, especially if you're a ceramic sculptor and preparing for a show for the first time.
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