What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
I have been mostly making ceramic orders to order, in tiles, sculpture, functional ware and lighting. Using mid-fire clay. I have been using commercial glazes, but I am now experimenting with making my own glazes.
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I am looking for new glazing and pottery techniques and to learn and share information. I am working on a website, but I have not published it yet. Soon I hope. Although, I have have been selling my ceramics, I have never felt professional or maybe I don't know what defines that. So I will claim an amateur level hoping to be a master before the final curtain falls. I really feel that being a student is more appropriate, for me, because I believe I will always be learning. If not I will get bored and look for more excitement elsewhere. Or my head will just blowup, just kidding. I hope I can be or any help.
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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