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Studio Processes

Don’t Skimp on Safety in the Glaze Lab

Don’t Skimp on Safety in the Glaze Lab

Most of our glaze materials come to us in their very basic, unprocessed form.  They are dug out of the ground, impurities may or may not be removed, they are ground into a fine powder, bagged and shipped to our suppliers. Working with these minerals in their raw state poses some health risks.

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Ceramic Art

500 Teapots

500 Teapots

I see the teapot form as a 3 dimensional canvas for the ultimate creativity challenge.  Sometimes I’ll sketch out a vision before I get started and other times I just go to town making various shapes and then selecting the parts that fit best together.

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Free guide to measuring Specific Gravity

free specific gravity guide

Download a pdf of my Understanding Cone 6 NCECA presentation

Join the waitlist for my online course about Specific Gravity and Flocculation