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Tile making provides so many opportunities for creativity that it’s no wonder some artists find themselves devoting all their time to them. Angelica Pozo mastered tile making years ago and shares her vast knowledge of the process along with her many decorating skills in this comprehensive step-by-step video demonstration. Beginning with basic tile forming and progressing through a robust range of decorating techniques, you’ll discover so many things that you’ll be wondering just where to start — a single tile, a panel, a backsplash, an outdoor installation, a table? Angelica has done them all and provides the information you need to get you successfully on the way.

Contents:

 Introduction
 Chapter 1 - Tile Preparation
 Chapter 2 - Impressing
 Chapter 3 - Stamping
 Chapter 4 - Roulletting
 Chapter 5 - Applique
 Chapter 6 - Using Slip
 Chapter 7 - Chattering
 Chapter 8 - Combing
 Chapter 9 - Slip Trailing
 Chapter 10 - Resists & Slip
 Chapter 11 - Sgraffito
 Chapter 12 - Incising
 Chapter 13 - Additive Sculpting
 Chapter 14 - Underglazes
 Chapter 15 - Cut Mosaic
 Chapter 16 - Installation
 Conclusion

About the Author

Angelica Pozo

Angelica Pozo is a studio artist living and working in Cleveland, Ohio. As a full-time artist, Angelica divides her time between her widely exhibited sculptural work, major public art commissions, and artist residencies involving large ceramic tile/mosaic projects. She is the author of Making and Installing Homemade Tiles (Lark, 2005) and Ceramics for Beginners: Surfaces, Glazes, and Firings (Lark, 2010). Her site-specific public art is installed at various public institutions in Ohio, and her studio work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationwide. To learn more about Angelica and see more of her work, visit www.angelicapozo.com.
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