You can also buy Mason stains and add to a base glaze. I don't have details but that's what my local studio did....though the Mason stains are also expensive - $50 a pound!
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I may not know art, but I know what I like -- and I like functional things that are beautiful.
I haven't formally studied pottery anywhere but by experience...and I'm still learning. I may not be really good at pottery, but I enjoy it! Since I work a day job for the benefits and to pay the bills, I can afford to take my time and just have fun throughout the addicting process of working with clay.
Rather than re-uploading pottery photos here, I will give you a link to my Photobucket gallery!
You can also see many works in progress (plus other random snapshots I take with my phone) at my Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nanspins
I'm also working on putting my clay and glaze reviews on my journal here: http://rubian77.live...related reviews