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What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
hobby turned part time business (Earth N Elements Pottery), working in various stoneware clays and constantly working on re-inventing glazes and trying new cone 5 ox. recipes.
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technique tweeking - new ideas, what works and what doesn't kind of general ceramic banter with other like minded individuals.
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
home studio
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At 4:59am on December 11, 2009, George Lewter said…
The pitcher has Hannah's fake ash glaze - recipe is at glazes page. We used it at Steven Hill's workshop in September.
At 8:12pm on December 9, 2009, George Lewter said…
Could you start an etsy group and be our etsy guru?
At 8:11pm on December 8, 2009, George Lewter said…
I was at a Steven Hill workshop in September. He used two fast dry techniques. He left pots spinning slowly on a wheel for hours. And he baked them in the kitchen oven for several hours at 200 degrees!
At 12:07pm on December 8, 2009, George Lewter said…
A big welcome for Kathy. I found her store on and was blown away by her matte glazes and her wonderful organic forms. Please take a moment to visit Earth N Elements.


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