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Found 16 results

  1. crazypotterlady

    027

    From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark clay functional pottery in an autumn leaf design. Sgraffito through underglazes. Platter, vase, mug, and jar.
  2. crazypotterlady

    021

    From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark and white stoneware functional pottery. Underglazes and sgraffito. Platter, jar, corked bottle and mug.
  3. crazypotterlady

    038

    From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 functional pottery. Underglazes with black underglaze overall design. Platter, teapot, and mug.
  4. crazypotterlady

    035

    From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark clay, functional pottery. Sgraffito through underglazes. Platter, teapot and bottle.
  5. crazypotterlady

    040

    From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark clay pottery vases and bottles. Sgraffito through underglazes.
  6. crazypotterlady

    025

    From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark stoneware functional pottery. Sgraffito through underglazes. Platter and corked bottles.
  7. crazypotterlady

    028

    From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Autumn Leaf Mugs, dark stoneware ^6, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents, autumn leaf design, pulled handles, colorful.
  8. crazypotterlady

    032

    From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Autumn Leaf Mugs, white ^6 stoneware, underglazes with a wax resist and blackline leaf design, dotted accents, footed, pulled handles.
  9. crazypotterlady

    029

    From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Mugs, ^6 dark stoneware, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents, footed.
  10. crazypotterlady

    043

    From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Tumblers (handle-less mugs), ^6 dark stoneware, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents, thrown foot.
  11. From the album: New ^6 Work 2015 (2)

    Wheel thrown dark stoneware mugs, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents, Blue opaque gloss glaze inside, clear glaze outside. 14 oz capacity.
  12. From the album: New ^6 Work 2015 (2)

    Wheel thrown dark stoneware casserole, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents. Opaque light green gloss glaze inside, clear glaze outside. 8 cup capacity.
  13. From the album: New ^6 Work 2015 (2)

    Wheel thrown white stoneware platter, underglazes with black underglaze outline, dotted accents. Clear glaze. 12" diameter.
  14. From the album: New ^6 Work 2015 (2)

    Wheel thrown and constructed dark stoneware teapot, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents. Blue opaque gloss glaze inside and clear glaze outside. 7 cup capacity.
  15. Hello, I am curious about the incorporation of metals into ceramic sculpture for aesthetic reasons. At my university we use mostly stoneware (although we can make or buy our own clay bodies) and the ^10 is the normal firing temp although we can independently fire at lower cones. To use metals with the sculpture they must obviously be bisque fired together- as they will be apart of the clay (there will be obvious shrinkage but I plan to accommodate that) I guess my question is, if I were to use stoneware (for sculpture) and fire at a lower temp say... Bisque at 06 and fire at ^5 - ^6 up to the melting point of the metal used ... Would it make the sculpture super fragile considering the stoneware wasn't fired to it's fully matured temp... Any suggestions on a hardy low fire (^5 -6) clay body, or what metal should be used... What all metals CAN be used? I am curious about bronze (which would have to be fired at an even lower temp) or maybe just tiny scraps of steel... These metal pieces will be small decorations protruding out from the sculpture- and I'm not even sure if this is possible, I'm somewhat inexperienced, but if anyone has any info I would GREATLY appreciate it! Thank you! -June
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