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  1. From the album: Clay Tests

    © TJA 2020

  2. glazenerd

    Hudson2

    From the album: USB Images

    alkali film, iron oxidation

    © TJA 2018

  3. From the album: USB Images

    Hudson Rive Clay: alkali deposits, sedimentation lines.

    © TJA 2018

  4. Blending various blends of raw clay to set levels of titanium, iron, and calcium. The goal was to produce purple in oxidation: without the use of stains. A band of rutile was placed in the center, and Temmoku glazed over.

    © TJA 2017

  5. From the album: Ceramics Fall 2016

    I made 4 similar mugs from the recycled clay and iron filings in a glaze called moonlight. I have learned that a little goes a long way for the iron filings, and next time I think I will use less. Most of the filings came through on the inside of the cup, rusting slightly but covered thinly by glaze. Does any one else have experience with using too much iron filings? Do you feel it causes any safety hazards to the average human?
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