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I just saw your note. I am sorry for not seeing it before. I didn't even know you could leave comments. I have seen your work for years on the net, although I have never seen it in real life. It looks great! I have not spoken to my brother in 18 years. Wesley is a great artist, I wish I could get to know him better, he lives far away. Good luck with the work. Thanks, Tony
As I am not much of a glazer, and something of a control freak, I frequently work with Original Milk Paint, which you can use on bisque, high fire, your furniture or your barn.
It's a milk based, non toxic paint pigment, mixed with water and offers an almost slip like surfacein rich subdued colors. It was frequently used by Pennsylvania Dutch and Early American furniture makers.
I buy the Milk Paint directly from Original Milk Paint.: http://www.milkpaint.com/ Buy their sample kit which allows you a selection of ten colors and use it like watercolor.
If you do buy it and have any questions, let me know.
Thank you, Amber! Though I will respectfully disagree....mine's but a poor copy of nature's original......and life is always more beautiful than sterility......but the non-living universe is is still gloriously beautiful and incomprehensible to me.
Beautiful and original series, Amber. I enjoyed viewing it. As if my best enigmatic nightmares could be rendered tangible and beautiful......with a touch of the ironic and funny added for a memorable and pleasant flavor......
"The Jewellery Art Association
The jewellery art association was founded in Lappeenranta in 2005. The association aims to promote contemporary jewellery in Finland and to improve its recognition as an art and design form. Another goal of the…"