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Low Fire Clay Slip - Recipe and Technique.  Pete Pinell's White Slip  40 OM4   40 Talc   10 Silica   10 Nepheline Syenite  -------------------------  100    +10 Frit 3124  +7 Zircopax

Meagan Chaney Gumpert - Studio Artist: Low Fire Clay Slip - Recipe and Technique

Sam Scott creates bold black and white decoration on his pots. Sam pours the glaze onto the pot to create the wonderful teardrop-like patterns.

pouring glazes - the link doesn't work, but still pinning as a reminder about the technique

Red Chun ^6 ox –Sharon Moormann Mande | Glaze Recipe Sharing

Red Chun ^6 ox –Sharon Moormann Mande

Posts about Cone 5 & 6 ox on Glaze Recipe Sharing

Empty Bowl Project - clay bowls

Here's a little peek at some of some of the fantastic bowl that were made in my classroom last Wednesday night. Can't wait to see everyo.

152	Turquoise Matt Cone 6	          Nepheline Synite 	0.62    Strontium Carbonate 	0.21    Silica	0.08    OM#4 Ball Clay 	0.07    Lithium Carbonate 	0.03    Copper Carbonate 	0.04    Bentonite	0.04

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation Results Group 4 Turquoise Matt Cone 6 Nepheline Synite Strontium Carbonate Silica OM Ball Clay Lithium Carbonate Copper Carbonate Bentonite

This simple recipe is an old stand by! It's just a 50/50 mix by volume of stain/oxide and Frit 3124. (ie 1 spoonful of each ingredient.)     Red Iron Oxide Wash    1 Tablespoon Red Iron Oxide  1 Tablespoon Frit 3124  Water

Red Iron Oxide Wash 1 Tablespoon Red Iron Oxide 1 Tablespoon Frit 3124 Water chrome oxide for green wash, cobalt carbonate for blue, a black or other color mason stain.

Flasks | Chase Brown Ceramic Art - what an incredible array of textures!

These flasks are all handmade by me. They are available at Vix Emporium on Baltimore Ave. in West Philly, and at Nice things.

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