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  1. From the album: July 2019

    Copper & cobalt oxide glazes applied to bisque fired (950oC) pieces. Fired in a dustbin raku kiln at recent kiln building workshop. (1000oC) then plunged into sawdust to reduce.
  2. From the album: Medicine Hat Soda Kiln

    We had the kiln in reduction sometimes.
  3. From the album: Ceramics Fall 2016

    Made 4 matching bowls in this glaze combo and B-Mix. I have to say, I LOVE how b-mix throws, I can get the walls so thin and delicate. The colors show up fabulous on it as well. Only problem is when I remove the pots from the wheel white wet, if they warp even slightly, they held that warp through firing. Personally, I am okay with this, as the pieces were very thin with undeveloped lips to hold their shape, and they otherwise feel ok. Had no problems with cracking, only the warping. I don't have many other options for white or light clay bodies, so I will probably continue to use it.
  4. From the album: The Guinea Potter's Stuff

    I made this as a depiction of the loneliness and isolation a rabbit in an outdoor hutch feels. I am a fierce advocate of the House Rabbit Society's philosophy. Rabbits are my life, and it is my dream to see them all in loving homes as members of the family. Cone ten reduction, 13" tall. Heavy as a boat anchor.

    © Sarah Alderete

  5. From the album: My pottery

    This bowl was fired at cone 4 and brushed with 2 coats of Potter's Choice glazes Blue Rutile (inside) & Chun Plum (outside) to cone 06 in a reduction kiln.

    © 2013 Deutmeyer Pottery

  6. From the album: My pottery

    This bowl was fired at cone 4 and brushed with 2 coats of Potter's Choice glazes Blue Rutile (inside) & Chun Plum (outside) to cone 06 in a reduction kiln.

    © 2013 Deutmeyer Pottery

  7. From the album: My pottery

    This bowl was fired at cone 4 and brushed with 2 coats of Potter's Choice glazes Blue Rutile (inside) & Chun Plum (outside) to cone 06 in a reduction kiln.

    © 2013 Deutmeyer Pottery

  8. From the album: My pottery

    This bowl was fired at cone 4 and brushed with 2 coats of Potter's Choice glazes Blue Rutile (inside) & Ancient Jasper (outside) to cone 06 in a reduction kiln.

    © 2013 Deutmeyer Pottery

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