BronzClay and PMC Conference Pictures!

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Missing out on the PMC Conference and the release of BronzClay there?

The tiniest details from the conference so far are that the BronzClay will come in 100 gram and 200 gram packages, and, you can place your order with Rio next week! And it’s priced affordably.

Just think of the fun you can have with so much metal clay! What will you do?

You can see pictures at the Metal Clay Gallery site, if you’re a member there. And here’s a link to Tonya Davidson’s site, where she’s posted a ton of pictures, including pictures of things made with the BronzClay: tonyadavidson.com.

Remember to check the PMC Conference website after the conference, to see pictures and download information from various presentations.

Update 7/22/08: See more pictures of BronzClay at Gail Lannum’s blog: here

And here are the order numbers for Rio Grande:

101-007 100 gram pack $19.98

101-008 200 gram pack $34.48

703-202 Container for firing

703-204 Acid washed coal based carbon

703-205 Cocunut shell based carbon

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5 Responses to “BronzClay and PMC Conference Pictures!”


  1. [...] 7/19/08: Tiniest bits more info. about BronzClay in this post. Share or bookmark below: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share [...]

  2. Daily Art Muse » bronzclay blog carnival on 24 Jul 2008 at 3:00 pm

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  3. Sue Williams on 04 Aug 2008 at 3:18 pm

    After all the hype and buildup of bronze clay I’m frankly burnt out on it! Plus so many “testers” have a huge head start on everyone else (magazine scoops) that
    it is hardly fair to the rest of us.I paid a lot for PMC “certification” yet can’t even
    buy the stuff much less test it out. Just put the stuff out and let users decide; we
    do not need any more drum beating about this product.And please lets not get into “certification” for it; that truly is a waste of money. Of course a lot of folks are chomping at the bit to sell their related products and of course I will buy some at some point. At the risk of not being PMC PC enough may I suggest that overkill gets old. Please take a different approach when copper clay rolls out.We will truly be burnt out by that time.

  4. Linda Reboh on 18 Aug 2008 at 8:56 pm

    I am certified by Rio to teach. I just got my order of bronze clay. Anyone have any tips for firing it with PMC+ or PMC3? Would greatly appreciate knowing what you did and outcome, including any mistakes.
    Thanks,
    Linda

  5. Elaine on 21 Aug 2008 at 7:38 am

    The best method is to solder or cold connect them after firing separately. You can fire together, but you have to fire each one separately, then attach with slip and fire again. Sabine has a tutorial at “le blog” on this. Scroll back to find it.

    Lots of reports at Metal Clay Gallery, the yahoo list.

    Elaine

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