Marcia Selsor's Albums and ImagesJoined: 16-May 10
some examples of pieces and demos from workshops
This was my first solo kiln built in upstate NY using recycled hard bricks and new insulating bricks, Catenary Arch cross draft.I built the propane burners for the kiln with the access to the local HS metal shop. Built in 1971.
Sept 11-13 Las Cruces Potters Guild and NMSU sponsored me to teach an Alternative firing techniques workshop. Here are some pictures of a very busy two days of firing with some very satisfying results. We had 24 participants.
I moved from Montana to Brownsville, Texas in 2006 and established this studio by 2007. I built my dream raku kiln and bought 2 new electric kilns. I spent several years researching ^6 oxidation glaze development while continuing to do saggar and raku firings. Recently focusing on Alternative Fir...
These are five potters who have influenced my tastes in ceramics from one time or another. The idea to list and review these came from a similar post on Clayart to list your top ten of all time.
More #saggar firing and #foil saggar firingduring August 2014
this tools are used for making paper clay from trimming scrap clay. The clay trimmings are dried and stored until ready to mix. They are slaked in water overnight. I fill the mixer about 1/2 way. The dried paper pulp balls are soaked overnight, and added to the solution. The mix is dried onto pla...
Every Life is a Book, 9/11 MemorialPaper clay terra cotta book forms, saggar fired
I have been making raku slabs since the early 1980s. In the Spring day I was driving by a herd of Black Angus on Spring green pastures. I instantly responded RAKU! I had a class in the Pryor Mountains (Horse Whisperer) and we were surrounded by a herd of wild horses that appeared out of a cl...
there are more pieces fired for upcoming show#foil saggar#ceramic Saggar
experiments in alternative firing techniques,foil saggar firing, Obvara firing, ceramic saggar firing