Ian
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What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
I'm a studio potter from Laguna Beach, CA -- Sedona, AZ -- Now Delray Beach, Fl. I fire to Cone 6 & Raku in my Electric Skutt 12-27KM
I will post pictures here
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I am hoping to meet a lot of people & bounce ideas back & forth, Teach & learn.
Most of all, Have fun
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
commercial studio
Do you have your own, or participate in other ceramics Websites:
http://cloudhousepottery.com
How did you find this network?
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At 6:06pm on January 14, 2012, Jan Wallace said…

Hi Ian. thanks for the chat. I have admired your work before. I also love Raku. My favourite thing to do. Have some photos of my work on my profile page. I have been making more pots this week for firing soon and talking to a gallery owner this week about selling my work. Good luck with your studio sale. Look forward to seeing more of your work. Jan 

At 8:56am on June 26, 2011, cp dunbar said…

thanx for the info, there is a laguna supply center in summerville , just a cpl of hours on a hwy, so will make a daytrip and buy some soon.

cp

 
 
 

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