Volume 3, Issue 8
Letters to the Editor
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Dear Polyzine and Alan:
Thanks for a whole new easy way to make wings.
I work in several different mediums from jewelry, painting, sculpting, a little metalsmithing to claying. I've struggled for a while trying to organize my studio space for it to be useful for my many uhm, interests. I have books, art supplies, hand tools, and paper clippings of ideas I want to try. I thought it would be so helpful and fun to see pictures of other clayers' studios.
That is a great idea -- readers, if you send us photos of your studio and a short description of how it's set up and what you like/don't like about it, we will run it!
I would like to warn all potential users of the new product Eraser Clay: even after cured it will take the finish off wood furniture. My kids made Father's Day gifts out of the clay this year; when I moved one of the pieces that had been left for a long time in one spot, it was stuck to the dresser and had melded to the finish on the wood.
Thanks for a great magazine. I look forward to each issue.