SchoolArts Magazine

AUG-SEP 2008

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Circle No. 331 on Reader's Service Card Circle No. 322 on Reader's Service Card Clay owl made by a fourth-grade student at W.S. Ryan Elementary School, Denton, Texas. Circle No. 177 on Reader's Service Card A Texas potter makes 1,300 pound quilts with her Paragon Dragon Circle No. 323 on Reader's Service Card $-":500-43&'&3&/$&."5&3*"-4 New Instructional DVD Sculpting Men $69.95 + $5 S/H PO Box 722 Honeoye, NY 14471 585-229-2976 Circle No. 302 on Reader's Service Card Earline GreenÕs clay quilts in the Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Library in Dallas, Texas. As a child, Earline Green Earline Green with her Paragon Dragon made hand-stitched quilts with her grandfront-loading kiln. This kiln is becoming a mother Mama Freddie. Earline spent more favorite with teachers. It is easy to load and easy on the back. time quilting with the older ladies than she did playing with children her own age. Her early experiences with the lively quilters taught her a at a time. I expected and relife-long love of artwork. ceived excellent results with Earline's other grandmother, Mama Gin- each firing." ger, taught her advanced quilting patterns. If you need a kiln that is Later this influenced the design of Earline's easy on the back, consider stoneware quilt tile mosaics displayed in the the Paragon Dragon. ConPaul Laurence Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Li- tact us today for more inforbrary in Dallas, Texas. For that project, mation on this exciting kiln. Earline fired 284 white stoneware tiles—all in her faithful Paragon Dragon. "The Dragon's design and controls are perfect for firing large flat pieces," said Earline. Better 2011 South Town East Blvd., "The digital programming controls provide a Designed Mesquite, Texas 75149-1122 Kilns consistent firing environment that eliminated 800-876-4328 / 972-288-7557 cracks and warpage in this project. Toll Free Fax 888-222-6450 "During tile production, I fired my Dragon two or three times a week for four to six weeks Circle No. 141 on Reader's Service Card

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