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Looking West by Paul Tarlow

by Paul Tarlow

Photography by Karen Paquette

Paul Tarlow shares guidelines for selecting appropriate grit sizes and sequences for cold working glass artwork. Not jumping in grit size more than double the current size and using at least one size of a course shaping grit, a medium grit, and a fine finishing grit will help to ensure more efficient work.

This article was originally published on page 12 of the September/October 2018 issue of Glass Art.



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