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Gloria Meier

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    Gloria Meier reacted to Bill Kielb in What’s on your workbench?   
    Nice holder!
    Just catching up on custom orders for mugs and underglazed stuff. Also working through fixing an existing Bristol glaze for the studio . Arrrrgh dislike these glaze recipes  but almost done, I think.
    After spraying countless ornaments  and now these little mugs, cups, treasure boxes I think  I need a throwing break from this stuff! Took a picture of myself spraying and I do not appear to be excited. LOL

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    Gloria Meier got a reaction from neilestrick in What’s on your workbench?   
    I have been out of touch with pottery for a very long time. Just getting back into it, a lot to try and remember but this is my first project I'm working on.

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    Gloria Meier got a reaction from Gabby in What’s on your workbench?   
    I have been out of touch with pottery for a very long time. Just getting back into it, a lot to try and remember but this is my first project I'm working on.

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    Gloria Meier got a reaction from Rae Reich in What’s on your workbench?   
    I have been out of touch with pottery for a very long time. Just getting back into it, a lot to try and remember but this is my first project I'm working on.

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    Gloria Meier got a reaction from Callie Beller Diesel in What’s on your workbench?   
    I have been out of touch with pottery for a very long time. Just getting back into it, a lot to try and remember but this is my first project I'm working on.

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    Gloria Meier got a reaction from Roberta12 in What’s on your workbench?   
    I have been out of touch with pottery for a very long time. Just getting back into it, a lot to try and remember but this is my first project I'm working on.

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    Gloria Meier got a reaction from Bill Kielb in What’s on your workbench?   
    I have been out of touch with pottery for a very long time. Just getting back into it, a lot to try and remember but this is my first project I'm working on.

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    Gloria Meier reacted to oldlady in What’s on your workbench?   
    making a combination of things.  big pieces with leaves and birds and small, about 3 inches across lace impressed bowl shaped "containers".  the small items will sell if i can get a nice glaze in several colors.  the bigger ones also sell, depending on the venue.  but the small stuff is my version of mark's sponge holder bread and butter item.  not that they hold sponges, just that they sell quickly and bring in cash.


    got to make some glazes!
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    Gloria Meier reacted to GEP in What’s on your workbench?   
    Elephants!

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    Gloria Meier reacted to Bill Kielb in Fast bisque using controller   
    I’ll jump in here. Bisque firings take more time (Generally) because of what is happening with the clay body. Effectively burning out all the unwanted contaminants can and often does take time to burn out. So the simple answer for slow versus fast bisque would be is it effective for your claybody. For Thick sculpture work maybe not. For thinly thrown pots, maybe fine. It needs to be verified by testing.
    the fast glaze program is very similar in that if it works for your clay and glazes then that is what you should do. Basically the fast glaze program goes 570 degrees per hour and the slow glaze goes 400 degrees per hour. The slow glaze has a drying segment of 150 degrees per hour to 250 degrees and the fast glaze has no drying segment.
    which is best? The one you have tested and are satisfied with.
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