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The Art of Handmade Tile: Complete Instructions for Carving, Casting & Glazing
by Kristin Peck

Book Description
Creating handmade decorator tiles can be fun and easy!

This friendly approach to making handmade ceramic tiles demonstrates how to design, fire, and decorate stunning tiles and provides ideas for creatively utilizing them in the home. More than 200 photos guide readers through each step of the creation process and then into four projects: culinary tiles, twig tiles, house numbers, and a mirror. Suitable for every skill level, this book also contains inspiration and insight from established artists from around the country.

Kristin Peck is the owner of Blackwater Tile, Inc. where she designs and develops tile for home shows and works closely with major tile companies to develop designs. Fine Homebuilding Magazine has recognized her as a handmade tile expert.
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The Tile: Making, Designing and Using
by Kenneth Clarke

From Library Journal
Written by a veteran ceramics artist for studio artists making decorative architectural tiles, this professional-level book includes practical material on glazes and kilns but emphasizes the decorative processes and design. The many beautiful illustrations are of individual tiles and tile installations by artists in several countries, thus providing an overview of tile art as it exists today. This is a good book for academic ceramics collections.
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Book Description
A lavishly illustrated introduction to making, decorating, and using tiles, featuring 280 color photos.

Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars Based on 1 review.

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Architectural Ceramics for the Studio Potter: Designing * Building * Installing (A Lark Ceramics Book)
by Peter King (Author)

Book Description
From a respected teacher in his field comes the first and only how-to book on the subject: understanding how large-scale ceramic projects are designed, built and installed. Sample projects in color: a press-molded door surround, a carved-relief countertop, a dimensional fireplace, plus hand built and thrown sinks and pedestals. "well designed and visually stimulating. Peter King writes like a good teacher."--Clay Times.

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Ceramics for Gardens & Landscapes
by Karin Hessenberg, Krause Publications 

Book Description
Potters seeking a fresh market for their pieces need look no further than out the studio door to the garden and lawn. Gardening is the No. 1 hobby among Americans today. Enthusiasts spend many hours and a great deal of money to maintain beautiful lawns and gardens. Todays potters can fill this new market need by creating ceramic pieces that combine the beauty of pottery with the splendor of the outdoors.

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Handbuilt Tableware: Making Distinctive Plates, Bowls, Mugs, Teapots and More
by Kathy Triplett (Author)

Book Description
Handbuild stylish, customized tableware that's just like the pieces you covet in pricey galleries. With guidance by a best-selling author who's a real pro at ceramics, it's simple and doesn't require throwing. Even beginners will easily follow the illustrated instructions for making slabs, extruding, molding, and more. Every seasonally-themed project showcases a complete table setting, with a delicious extra in each-a teapot in one, a pitcher in another-and features a new technique to try out.

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