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Marcia Selsor

Member Since 16 May 2010
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In Topic: Exploding Pots During Glaze Firing

Today, 11:36 AM

Is the kiln still warm upon opening?


even after 3 days?



In Topic: Lettering Techniques - Which Is Best?

Yesterday, 09:47 AM

I agree with Mea. That is the most simple way to do it.

I have been using Wax On from the ceramics store in Philadelphia. It is a relatively new product and I like it.



In Topic: Art Deco

Yesterday, 08:25 AM

I love road tripping across the country and stopping off in places along the way. These are some pictures I took I think in Hattiesburg, MS. I have used these examples when I teach architectural ceramics workshops.

In Topic: Is Low Fire Clay Easier To Hand Build With?

Yesterday, 07:56 AM

Neil is right about the temperature being irrelevant to the properties of the clay. That is like asking if a red sweater is warmer than a blue one. Hand building really doesn't address your needs either. Read the properties of the clays from your supplier. Call their customer support and talk to a tech. and tell them what you are looking for in a ^6 clay.


Suppliers are all over the country. Find one close to you to work with.



In Topic: Newbie Help On Buying A Used Pottery Wheel

Yesterday, 07:46 AM

It really depends on your needs and your body comfort. You should try to get familiar with different models and see what you like and how you fit.

If you throw really large, you'll need a powerful wheel. If you are just starting to throw, not so much.