What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
I did a half major in ceramics at college where I concentrated on hand building. The curriculum include making clay and glazes; firing (from tiny electrics to a was a six-burner reduction kiln; history of ceramic art; principles behind glaze formulation --I've forgotten most of this :(
After school I got into the studio when I could: with the exception of shared studio space in NYC for a year or so this meant classes (Greenwich House Pottery/NYC; Summit Visual Arts Center/NJ; Yard School of Art/NJ).
I finally have a wheel and kiln of my own! Need support getting my antique Duncan Kiln Sitter going.
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
Need support getting my antique Duncan Kiln Sitter going.
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