What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
Community college and self studio. I am almost always working in cone 6 gas fired and electric.
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
I fire electric from home I have and old cress attached to a digital skutt wall controller at the college I use l&l and an old paragon. To update I have bought a Paragon Dragon and a Bailey kiln for my home studio. We also got a brand new paragon for the college. I am familiar with the Sentey Controller the Bartlett controller the skutt digital as well as old school kiln sitters with timers and the l/m/h knobs
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Comradely and troubleshooting. I am at a place where I need more experience. More ideas. I read a lot and experiment but would like to be pushed a little further. Update. All these years later and after many workshops I feel like
I can now offer knowledgeable input. I make
My own glazes but still Can't resist a good
Sale on commercial glaze
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
School or college, home studio
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