One Correction and Interesting News

There was a typo in the updated Instruction Manual, page 24, which has now been corrected. In schedule C, the hold temperature for the first phase for brick kiln is 1000°F/538°C. Please correct this on your printed page, or re-print that page.

As for the news: soon after my fourth book is released, I will also be releasing some new products, which may introduce further changes to the Instruction Manual. I am pretty excited about these latest developments. It seems to me that they will significantly expand our range of possibilities. The testing phase is almost over, and I hope that we can use these products in my upcoming workshops in Philadelphia (please don’t contact Holly; the workshop is full), at Studio 34 Creative Arts in Rochester, NY, and later in Massachusetts (details to be announced).

The photos above have something to do with the new products. On another note, a project of mine for the earrings above made in copper and sterling silver clays is about to be published in the next issue of Metal Clay Artist Magazine.

Cross your fingers, almost there!


19 Responses to “One Correction and Interesting News”

  • Natalie Says:

    Hadar,
    That ring is amazingly beautiful. Can’t wait to hear the mysterious news. Always interested to hear your news.
    All best wishes,
    Natalie Knott

  • Jan Says:

    WOW! The ring and earrings are AWESOME!

  • carol Gregory Says:

    Just love the ring Hadar

  • Gina Ivy Says:

    Hi Hadar! Can’t wait for the new book…and your news!!! As always, you amaze us…we are so grateful for all your work and inspiration.
    Best Regards,
    Gina

  • Diane Sommers Says:

    Can’t wait to see the new products. I’m also eagerly awaiting your book.

    The ring is spectacular!

  • Ellen Goldman Says:

    I feel lucky to have found you, your books and this blog. Your books open up new possibilities. I have mentioned you in my latest newsletter.Thanks for all the work you are doing to test your products.
    Ellen

  • Pat Roach Says:

    Wow – Great projects. Love them both. Can’t wait for the full disclosure on the new products. Can’t wait to use them at your class at Studio 34!! This just adds to the excitement of having you back in Rochester!!

  • Georgie Galante Says:

    What a tease…but very exciting. Looking forward to your new book and the new products and your coming back to Michigan soon.

  • Carol Faith Says:

    My fingers are crossed for you. I am eagerly waiting your new products and my copy of your new book. Those lucky people in Philadelphia.

  • rosa martha celorio Says:

    I am sure you will have great success with the book, products and article!!!! Big hug to you and Avi!!!

  • Terri Sidell Says:

    Hadar,
    Lovely ring!! Oh, those earrings are stunning. Can’t wait to hear how you did those.

  • Dawn DiGesare Says:

    Hadar you are such an inspiration! Thank you so much for all your hard work. I can’t wait for the new book and the ring and earrings are amazing!

  • Monte Nikkel Says:

    Hadar, I am one of the lucky ones, as I am in the Philadelphia workshop. I am looking forward to meeting you, learning your techniques and of your new products. I am excited to be able to expand my metal clay adventure.

  • Tamara Culp Says:

    You’re never boring, Hadar!

  • ann schneider Says:

    Stunning! I cannot wait for the news!
    Thank you!

  • Lila Diamantopoulou Says:

    I just have to take a guess: is it going to be about embedable findings?

  • Jenny Ekberg Says:

    Oh how I wish I lived in the US!! Thanks so much for all the inspiration Hadar.
    Jenny

  • Barb Remick Says:

    Did my first test fire with the white bronze, good results! My kiln is now one hour into the two hour hold with my first real pieces! I don’t know how I’m going to make it another hour! I am sooo excited to see my first white bronze pieces! This could be a dream come true for a silver tones lover! So glad I found you Hadar!

  • Kim Swanson Says:

    LOVE the ring!

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