My First Book

My first book The Handbook of Metal Clay: Textures and Forms is now out of print. This book has been well received, and sold out pretty fast. It received good reviews — one reviewer even asked me never to stop printing it. However, instead of re-printing it as is, I’ve decided to revise and update it, to accommodate the changes that have taken place in the past 3 years.

I would love to include work that you have done that was inspired by the projects in this book. If you are interested, please send or email me high-resolution photos. As with my second and third book, I can’t promise that the photos will be included; it depends on the quality of the photo and the space available. The artwork can be in other metal clays, not just silver.

There is no deadline. I will publish the book as soon as soon as I finish revising, so please please don’t wait too long.

4 Responses to “My First Book”

  • Heidi Says:

    I have all your books and love them, but would be interested any just the revisions as an email sent to me perhaps. Thank you for the update and will watch everything with contiued enthusiasm and support.

  • Margaret Wells Says:

    Pick me, pick me!

    I am willing to make a project for any of the methodologies that you need submissions.

    See you tonight.

  • Jacqueline Winch Says:

    Thank you for all your help via email, video and books. Your approach to teaching and demonstrating is most engaging and I have to say it was your influence which gave me the most incentive to continue in PMC.

    I will send along some photos in a separate email as I don’t know how to do it from here. Kind Regards, Jacqueline

  • Susan Brown Says:

    Hi Hadar,

    Just wondering if you received my photos in response to your recent email?


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