Metal Clay Artist Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 4
Metal Clay Artist Magazine V2 I4 was published in Winter 2011.
Metal Clay Artist Magazine was the only print publication in the world devoted entirely to metal clay. Packed full of the latest news, innovations and developments in the world of metal clay, it inspired, informed and entertained readers. It featured top quality articles and tutorials from the leading artists and teachers working in metal clay around the world.
It ceased publication at the end of 2014 following publication of the five year anniversary issue (Volume 5 Issue 4).
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What’s in this Issue?
The contents of Metal Clay Artist Magazine V2 I4:-
- Design Challenge
- Readers Challenge
- Book Reviews by Pat Evans-
- Metal Mania Metal Clay Basics! Brass, Bronze and Copper Metal Clay Techniques by Geneva Perkins and Carl Spunde
- Woodland Chic: Metal Clay as Nature Intended by Patrik Kusek
- Designing from the Stone: Design Techniques for Bezel Setting in Metal Clay using the Stone as Inspiration by Lisa Barth
- Studio Business, Creative Sparks – and Embers by Linda Stiles Smith
- The Vocabulary of Chains by Linda Kaye-Moses
- Mixing Metal and Glass by Jackie Truty
- Clay Convergence, Winged Heart Pendant by Lisa Pavelka
- How to Get Your Project Published by MCAM’s Editors
- Artist Profile, Kathleen Nowak Tucci by Julia Rai
- Tool Talk by Pat Evans –
- Dockyard Sharpening Strop Kit
- Imagepac Stampmaker Kit
- ArtWay Tools Gear Shape Frame Sets
- Gallery of Work
- Basic Set Ups, Metal Clay, LOS Patina, Keum-Boo, Polymer
- Studio Insights – The Importance of Perspective by Michael David Sturlin
- How To Projects:-
- Silver Clay Embellishments on Lampworked Glass Beads by Ann Davis
- Molded Glass Clay Cabochons by Paula Radke
- One Hinged Bracelet, Two Choices of Materials Part 1 by Jeannette Froese LeBlanc
- Riveted Sustome Silver Bead Caps for Glass Beads by Bob Miller
- Copper Bezel Setting for a Freeform Cabochon by Wanaree Tanner