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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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    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. fired my test kiln yesterday. Loaded at 23 degrees, went down to -6 overnight. Not in a heated shed. That little kiln is 20+ years old. Only replaced a switch on it over this time. I have a spare element in case I need it. It just has a cone sitter and timer. Its a Crucible from Seattle pottery.

    1. glazenerd


      Little test kilns 0.25-0.50 CF are very handy for testing new glazes, test tiles, shrinkage, absorption, etc.

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      Marcia Selsor

      This one is more .8 cu ft.  10"ht and 11" diameter. I can fire about 10 mugs or in this case  a bisque load of 6 espresso mugs, 4 mugs and 5 tea bowls.Plus 30+ buttons for installing insulation for my big raku kiln. 


    3. glazenerd


      That is a handy size as well. I have a 1.5 I use a lot to fire small crystalline pieces. Good size to o.

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