Catherine Rehbein
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  • Monroe, MI
  • United States
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At 4:42pm on May 20, 2017, Kashmira mistry said…
I love the tray and bowl featured in this cone6 pots newsletter! Would you be able to share how you got that beautiful colours? And glaze ?
Kash from Texas
At 10:34pm on October 4, 2015, George Lewter said…

Finally, I got to visit Catherine Rehbein at the opening of her home-grown gallery, and purchase several of her pieces. She has many photos on her profile page here C6P, and she has her own Webite catherinerehbein.com. Like a cub reported, I messed up camera settings and ruined all my photos there, except this one of her in front of her newly remodeled gallery which, so far, is only open 4 days per year. Talk about an exclusive place! Salud, Catherine -- You have done very well for yourself.

At 7:47pm on September 4, 2015, Catherine Rehbein said…

I posted an invite….would love to see you !

At 10:22am on September 4, 2015, George Lewter said…

Catherine, it is so great to see you back again. I for one have missed you a lot. Please let us know if you have any exhibitions coming up. I would very much like to come for that and to meet you in person.

At 8:39pm on August 18, 2013, Louis Ford said…

I see your work is as beautiful as ever...How have you been?

 

At 9:25pm on September 6, 2011, Deanna Baechtel said…

Thanks for befriending me love your use of color

 

At 10:31am on August 6, 2011, Robert Young said…
Love those Cups that you just posted pics of! Those browns and reds are fantastic!
At 10:09pm on May 23, 2011, LORRAINE ADAMSON said…
Thanks Catherine.  On the blog, the first two pictures are actually the same pot, just different angles.  I have had some luck getting the warm brown with used barn straw (used as in the cows used it!) The straw has been urine soaked and then dried out.  I suspect that is where the salt comes from and who knows, maybe that's where the brown comes from.  In this firing I had mostly bisque ware fired to cone 010, but that particular piece was fired to cone 06.  I have had the same brown happen before and always on the pieces fired to cone 06.  I suspect that being less porous, it absorbed less carbon and only got to brown instead of black.  I did have some copper carbonate in this firing, but not near that pot.  It's all guess work and experimenting.  I love it!!
 
 
 

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