What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
Four years ago, as a teacher in an alternative high school an "artist in the school program" introduced me and my students to ceramics. From that point on I learned as much as I could independently and by taking classes at our local college. I learned a lot by teaching the students in the cone 6 realm of firing. Now I am retired and building a small studio to continue my pursuit in ceramics. This year I wood fired with a local potter, but will focus my effort first at cone 6. I am starting a small business and have received several orders and sold a few pots.
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
I have four years experience using commercial glazes and I want to mix my own now.
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I want to learn from others and be able to ask questions of those with experience.
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
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