What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
Currently four years as a full time potter. Took pottery wheel and independent study courses at La Roche College when studying for my art degree.
Mainly work off the wheel with stoneware and porcelain fired in oxidation. I own two studios where I teach pottery as well as sell wares.
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
^6 glazes using stoneware as well as porcelain.
Just recently I have been developing my own glazes with the help of Ron Roy and his book.
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I already have an individual account with Insight-Live and noticed that your group has a group account. Would love to help as well as be helped in creating glazes as well as improving other glazes.
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
home studio, commercial studio
Do you have your own, or participate in other ceramics Websites:
Low cost flat lapping disc can be used on you potters wheel if you, drill bat pin holes in it, and provide a trickle of water to cool it. At amazon.com, 120 grit for aggressive material removal. Click the image to purchase
Members have had great things to say about John Britt's new book, Mid-Range Glazes. Click the image to buy from Amazon.com
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