What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
Over 40 something years working in clay. Most of that time was high fire reduction, then soda/salt firing in the nineties to about 3 years ago when I switched to earthenware.
I did a lot of cone 6 oxidation testing in the 90's and when I can get another studio set up, which may not be for months since I'm recovering from a bad car accident and still have a house and garden to organize before I can even think about setting up a studio; but when I do, I will switch to cone 6 oxidation if I'm working at home.
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
glaze testing for future work.
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More info on others cone 6 glaze work
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
Do you have your own, or participate in other ceramics Websites:
June, I posted the results on my blog page too. Dont know why you cant see them on this site. Maybe you are missing a minor update with your computer that would allow you to see them. ;Active X; or similar??? Anyway, here is my blog address.
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If you just want to spout off, it is best accomplished as a blog posting. If you want to get more guidance and ideas from other members, ask a question as a new discussion topic. In the upper right corner of the lists for both types of posting, you will find an "+Add " button. Clicking it will open an editor where you create your posting. 4/16/2014