Yo Peoples. It’s been a while since I posted anything. Hope you are all well.
I have gone through the “old site” glaze pages and organized glaze and clay formulas into PDFs.
These are glazes I have collected over my lifetime, but I haven’t had a lifetime to spend documenting them through the glaze mixing process and posting them. So some are great, and some are a hodge podge.
They can be found on the “Glazes” link.
Bill, I really enjoyed reading your life story and influences. The arch design is great and your pottery and glazes are very nice. Thank you!
Thanks Steve, It would be great for potters to see the flat roof design using K23 brick. I know you are a fiber person, but this flat roof design is super and would be great combined with fiber. The pieces coming out of your kilns are fabulous !!! I was at Shiho Kanzaki sans in Shigaraki, Japan and we used red pine to fire his kiln. He refried many of his pieces and when i was fired his kiln many of his pieces had a wood fired ash deposits that has a magnesium carbonate looking surface like a crackle surface. Your glazes and firings are superior to many wood fired kilns today. I am glad you are producing such good pots!!! As Ken Ferguson always said ” Keep making pots, the best ones are still in you !!”
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