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Seahorse studio

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About Seahorse studio

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 04/26/1955

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  • Location
    Bay Islands Utila Honduras
  • Interests
    wheel throwing, beach firing, scuba diving
  1. Hi potters, I spend most of my time firing bisque ware in a pit, barrel, beach or whatever I can find with a flame. Sitting at home in the winter with the fireplace roaring had me thinking, has anyone fired ware in the fireplace? If so please drop a note. Thanks so much Sharon ...I mistakenly put this in the wrong category, hope it should be here and not in the counsel.
  2. Hi potters, I spend most of my time firing bisque ware in a pit, barrel, beach or whatever I can find with a flame. Sitting at home in the winter with the fireplace roaring had me thinking, has anyone fired ware in the fireplace? If so please drop a note. Thanks so much Sharon
  3. Again, thanks so much for info. Don't feel like I need to reinvent the wheel here! Now needs to stop raining for a few days to start to build. Flowers and cisterns love it though. Always Sharon @ Seahorse
  4. Oh my, thanks everyone for such great responces! the forum is a wonderful place for those of us that are fairly new to ceramics and brand new to this forum! Thanks so much. I do have Sumi's book and DVD. Very helpful also. Sharon
  5. I would like to build a "pit" to fire in but I have a few issues with the site. It is on iron rock so I can't dig down. The water table is a little high so the ground can be wet. Can I build an above ground pit that will be usable? I have fire bricks, regular bricks, dirt and cement. I would like to be able to vent it from the bottom, there is always a nice breeze. I could design it to have tunnels through the bottom that I could regulate with a brick if needed. Does anyone have suggestions! Thanks so much.
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