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The Historic Clay District celebrates Medalta
Medalta Potteries Museum in Medicine Hat, Alberta Canada celebrates the ceramic and pottery cliffs of the South Saskatchewan River in Medicine Hat, Alberta, the 150 acre Historic Clay

Making a Lamp - How to Make a Lamp
Making your own lamp is an easy and affordable alternative to store-bought fixtures, and is a great way to incorporate a beloved heirloom, memento or accessory into your decor. Here`s what

Ceramic Painters Web Site - bisque: Decorativ
A VERY large site about ceramic Bisque Vases, Supplies and decorative painting; Lots of great pictures.

Barbara Amos :: About the Artist
Visual Arts Newsletter, Issue 60. Recent Acquisitions, Photograph: Paint Can, Kettle and Vases, Alberta Art Foundation 1992

Artistic Luxury: Faberge, Tiffany, Lalique
Not since the 1900 World`s Fair in Paris have the works of Carl Faberge, Louis Comfort Tiffany, and Rene Lalique been displayed together. With their exhibit, "Artistic Luxury: Faberge,

Granite Monuments Laser Granite Laser Images
Parklawn Granite and Bronze of High River, Alberta is an industry leader in creating customized memorials.

Unity Sand Ceremony Vases
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A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Art Research for Be
Suppose the piece is unsigned and you have no idea who might have created it? An art librarian at your public library or local museum can give you some educated guesses. If you want to

The Unity Sand Ceremony and the Family Sand Ceremony is a novel alternative for the popular ``Unity Candle Ceremony`` that incorporated into many of today`s weddings. The essence is to

Know Your Medalta Vases
Medalta Potteries Museum in Medicine Hat, Alberta Canada celebrates the ceramic and pottery industries that evolved here during the early and middle of the 20th century.

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