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Marcia Selsor

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About Marcia Selsor

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    Professor Emerita, MSU-Billings, Advanced Member

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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. you can do it with a metal tine and 6 layers of toilet paper around the piece. Match the size of the can to fit the piece if possible. Bisque the piece to Cone 08. Don't fire much hotter than 950F.
  2. I use cobalt sulphate for the base and calcium chloride flakes for the dots.
  3. I use ball clay terra sig. I use a process I learned in Italy from Paola Parenetti. https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/daily/firing-techniques/raku-firing/super-quick-terra-sig-and-horsehair-and-feather-raku/
  4. https://alclayvirtual2021.com/?fbclid=IwAR20mRtcfayzzFnbw-BCQ4igFfyvySAgYPrRStbDyzqNX4ZqdR0sqq9LlOg 7 presenters will give a zoom prerecorded presentation and then be available for live Q and A.
  5. Marc Ward plumbed my burners. 2 tanks per burner. I fire with 2 burners on my large raku kiln. The two tanks share one regulator. No freezing. Inset my regular at 5 lbs pressure maximum. I added a photo I think in the next post. Marcia
  6. experiments in alternative firing techniques, foil saggar firing, Obvara firing, ceramic saggar firing
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