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Rex Johnson

Member Since 27 Jul 2010
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 04:09 PM
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In Topic: Show Me Your Handy Dandy Spray Booth

Yesterday, 04:08 PM

 

Plastic trash can spray booth. Mine is 1 year old.

 

https://www.facebook...68547878&type=3

 

 

Like! I reckon I could use my squirrel fan up top for even more pull.


In Topic: How Do You Mark/sign Your Work?

20 March 2017 - 03:25 PM

...sig stamp plus cone and/or clay body for my reference...

 

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In Topic: Clay For Making Kiln Furniture

06 February 2017 - 01:07 PM

Laguna also makes a Refractory Body clay.

I've used this for saggars successfully. It is a little rough on the hands, but it's designed as a refractory clay.

 

WC‑895
Refractory Clay Body   certified-nontoxic.gif  

Low expansion, semi-coarse high temperature body for refractory use. Best refractory quality when fired at Cone 13.


In Topic: When Do You Need A Studio Assistant?

06 February 2017 - 12:41 PM

...much to do around the studio besides the actual creative parts of doing ceramics.

If I had a steady schedule (instead of seasonal) I would bring on an apprentice/assistant.

There is clay prep, kneading and weighing, glazes to mix, and the contiual clean-up to do.

Had I noting but the time to do the creating part, I'd be a much less tired clay worker.

 

I'd pay the legal minimum wage on up> depending on actual amount of time spent at the studio, and the dedication and age of the assist.

Trade for studio/kiln time would be a bartering chip as well.

Seriously thinking about looking for the right person in the spring.


In Topic: Pottery Display Rack

06 February 2017 - 11:08 AM

...ah, I see now. Are the two corner end pieces connected somehow, like with a cross bar top and bottom?