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Chemically Coloring my Copper
I am interested in knowing about using chemicals to create colors on bare copper. I have seen artwork where the copper appears to be transparently colored as though it was somehow effected by chemicals.
Can anyone tell me where to gain information on this process?
- Puyallup,WA, USA
My students use a weak solution of Lime-Sulphur (a commercial garden spray available from gardening shops)
Pinehurst School - Auckland, NZ
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