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      Group of Anchorage, Alaska, teachers intently listening to Dave Gamble's instructions.    
      Part of the fun is passing your mask to the person beside you.    
      The mask featured on the February 2012 cover, while it was being constructed.    
      While the masks are still wet, vitreous engobes (top) and color are added.    
      Humor is an important part of a Clay Mask Workshop.    
      Precise application of underglazes creates convincing stripes
and fur texture on this tiger mask.
      Participants in David Gamble's workshop at the Georgia Art Education
Association conference show off their masks.

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