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Re: “Toxic Art

Thank you for this wonderful article. I used to work in the Food Chemicals area of the National Academy of Sciences. The library was full of so many chemicals that had not been researched, tested, etc. Lead was the exception. I had to stop doing ceramics at Laney College because the control over glazing materials was non-existent. Improper labeling; babies in strollers brought in the haze of the chemical mixing. Lead on the floor of the chemical storage area, etc. Then I volunteered at a Senior Center in Berkeley teaching clay. At a table nearby, unsuspecting seniors put powered enamels on copper. They were oblivious of the dangers inherent in having the dust particulates getting on the moisture of their eyes and mouths. No one cared much, and I suppose my kvetching about the situation was considered negative energy. You have done well to bring this all out for we in the Bay Area.

Posted by granadarascal on 03/24/2011 at 8:14 PM

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