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Marcia Selsor

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    http://marciaselsorstudio.com

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    Red Lodge, Montana
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    Besides chemistry, history, techniques, clay bodies, kilns and firings, ceramics collections and museums, I am interested in Civic engagement, gardening , bird watching, Montana outdoors, historical places, education.




    my website includes many "how-to" pages for making quick terra terra sig, to building raku kilns. http://www.marciaselsorstudio.com





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  1. I think it is copper too. In an alkaline base Marcia
  2. Just a few drops of dish detergent worked into brush bristles.
  3. I use stencil paper, what I would call a thin cardboard like binder dividers. I cut the image or pattern with exact knife
  4. I use liquid latex resist. I don't think what you are suggesting would work, but I could be wrong. Try it and see what happens.. Marcia
  5. Thanks Pres. Don't you love retirement!!! Marcia
  6. Just thought I'd throw these out there. ^6 Oxidation faux celadon on ^6 porcelain. Selsor Faux Celedon ^6 Oxidation (hold for 20 minutes) Whiting 18.5 Neph Syen 25.8 EPK 18.8 Silica 31.1 Gerstley B 4.6 98.8 Copper carb 0.3 Mason #6600 Black 0.02
  7. ^6 for functional work. Low fire for experimenting with alternative firings. I am moving my soluble salts to ^6 in the near future with a glaze. Meanwhile, using a small amount of earthenware for a pit firing coming up in may with friends. Marcia
  8. I use cobalt sulphate for the base and calcium chloride flakes for the dots.
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