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Yesterday refir ed blistered pots..waiting, waiting. Ground blistered, flaky shelves.Prepared pots for glazing today. Frost on the ground this am but birds nesting.
Wedding jars out of glaze load, posted on blog. Never satisfied, but they did turn out , , , well.
Trying to figure if I have time to get a piece ready to submit for the Potters Council Juried Show ... My work takes a bit longer than average!
Gas kiln firing completed Saturday night. Will open Thursday. Crossing fingers that Shino is spectacular.
I am a newbie that inherited an old toploader manual kiln as a schoolteacher. The kids made some clayheads which I want to fire.I need help from somebody to tell me the speed of heating up the kiln
I have been a typical corporate woman-called it quits to immerse myself in the world of clay.i,somewhat was surprised to realise that medium of clay always fascinated me.Though a self taught had just started to explore.it seems with just one stroke my life changed forever and here am I that makes me happy.Me grateful to be in this forum to explore and learn!
New dvd is out http://ceramicartsdaily.org/bookstore/raku-firing-expanding-the-potential-of-the-raku-kiln/ and I have not quite finished the website where it is linked. Will do by today!
I am looking for someone who has downtime on their kiln and will do some firing for me. For pay of course. I need 06 cone. Will use a kilnful at a time. I am in Gig Harbor, Mort Barish 253 857 0157, email@example.com
Spent all morning breaking up pallets and feeding the fire. We put last week's pots into altar fires, put the altar fires onto the embers of a big fire and piled wood on top, and kept on piling it on. Left it to die down and cool and wow, we had pots. Mine (the thinnest) broke but the thicker ones were fine. Everyone was delighted, now they want o play with real clay