What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
I first took contacto with Ceramics, in míddle school. Then I had the opportunity to attend a the Fine Art school, where I tough Ceramics for 28 years. ( Instituto Superior del Profesorado de Bellas Artes in Resistencia, Chaco, Argentina). I also had the opportunity to attend one and hala year to ECU gradúate school. Now retires I attend symposiums and Ceramics events as invited artist . Such as Simposio Internacional de cerámica de Avellaneda, 2012 , Bienal de cerámica de Gessel 2016 , bienal internacional de esculturas del chaco 2016. Right now I belong to
A grup , Fragmentos dedícate to investígate Oriental glazes. We show at the Japanesse Garden in Buenos Aires, once a year. I have as mal studio at home erre I work and give work shows once on a while(pictures in my facebook under photo/Albums/ cursos y talleres)I live in Argentina and English is not my native Language.
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
Since I live in a City,luck of spa e Incluso have 2 eléctric kilns. An skutt ,old with kiln sitter, and a Bayres( argentine brand) that fires to Cone 10 with a novus 1200. Programer.also a tinny test kiln
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Well , I didnt know I coludidos see “everuthing” I saw this site on printerest and thought only members could see fórmulas. Any way if i can publish I could help membresía of latín America, specially my country to remplace some raw materials with the one we can get
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
home studio, other
How did you find this network?
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