Nadine Mercader
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  • Spring Hill, FL
  • United States
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Nadine Mercader May 20, 2014. 9 Replies

Do you use the links when you buy?  Do you understand the importance to our network that your use could mean?What other links should we add?  Would you use them more if they were presented in a…Continue

Respirators

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Does anyone know anything about respirator sizing? I figured that I am a small woman (5'3")and therefore a size small...Also any ideas for best price for half face mask with replaceable P100 filter…Continue

Cobalt Oxide versu Cobalt Carbonnate

Started this discussion. Last reply by Norm Stuart Sep 2, 2013. 4 Replies

Does anyone have a calculation for swapping COBALT CARB for Oxide?  I have plenty of Carb and no oxide and poverty prevents me from buying....Continue

 

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What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
I have 2 electric kilns which I fire cone 6. I have re-read all of my glaze chemistry books, Fraser, Hopper, Rhodes etc... Glazing is my biggest challenge! I love learning from this group.
All our content is viewable by the public. Why do you want to be a member, when you can already see everything as a non-member?
To learn and to gain continued inspiration by the work of other potters who share my passion for clay.
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
home studio
How did you find this network?
Link or reference from another site

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At 9:21pm on July 6, 2014, Leo Villaroman said…
How many am I allowed to upload? I have nearly thirty years of work that I could share.
At 9:17pm on July 6, 2014, Leo Villaroman said…
I just found out about uploading pictures of my work so I did a while ago.
At 5:35pm on July 6, 2014, Leo Villaroman said…

Ms. Nadine,

I uploaded a few of my handy work. Pottery.

At 4:20pm on July 6, 2014, Leo Villaroman said…

To Ms, Nadine,

If you would like to see my pots,look at facebook on Charlestowne Porcelaine.

At 12:41pm on June 25, 2014, Tom Humphries said…
Can't seem to message you on mobile, but thanks for the offer of pot lifts but I don't think I'd like them either
At 2:33pm on May 21, 2013, Charles Cox said…

Aloha Nadine,  My wife and I would love for you to stop by, we don't really have a gallery or even a showroom.  We work in our lanai and do a few craft shows now and then.  We always enjoy meeting clay folks, to talk story and share idea's.  When are you planning to visit?  Are you here to work with clay?  Let us know!

Be safe and we sent you much Aloha

Charlie and Debby

At 7:03pm on September 22, 2012, Lina Seidman said…

Love your unfired pieces. Studio looks great! Looks like you have a small kiln like I do. Also your fiber art looks beautiful.

At 5:22pm on September 22, 2012, Lina Seidman said…

Hi, I am new To this site so have patience with me.  I will give you a bit of my background.  I am a self taught potter, started in 1969. Attended the first Craft Show at Bennington, VT. I think it was 1972. Small but wonderful people. I have had several studio's in my life. Also A one point was working in NYC at Downtown Potters Co-op. Did the National Gift shows in NY and had my work in the NYTime Magazine at one point.  

I move out to Washington in 2006 and built a Monolithic Dome house and just finished my new studio last year. It is small because I have downsize. As you can guess I am 73, but don't feel.  Still full of new ideas and work to be done. But really do not want to do production pottery. Habit often swings me into it.

What is you background?  I started out as a Fine Art Major and have taken side trips in my life into the painting world. In 1982 had a two person show in NYC.  Never really took off and the Art World at that time was fierce.

I am not a lover of competition.

Write

Lina

At 10:10am on July 2, 2012, George Lewter said…

Welcome, Nadine!

You've jumped into our little pond with both feet! I must say that it makes my day to find members like you, who find value on our network, and then add more value by being active, supporting members. Thank you.

At 6:18pm on June 29, 2012, Roxanne Hunnicutt said…

I have asked this before elsewhere, but I am asking it again: The Randy that made lots of glazes (but is apparently COLOR BLIND because lots are different colors than their name on my pots), WHO IS HE?

Does anyone KNOW FOR CERTAIN?

Once Steven Hill was here teaching a workshop and he kept referring to Hanna's ash glazes and THE HANNA was in the room and none of us said THIS IS THE HANNA! I thought it was for her to speak up!  So, I know Hanna of glaze fame but who the heck is this poor color blind Randy?!~ Some say Johnson, but claim to not know for certain!

Rox in OR

 
 
 

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