Green AppleFiring temperature : cone 6-7 | Surface texture : glossy | Color : light green | Atmosphere: Oxidation
This recipe was shared by Susan Beiner in the December 2018 issue of Ceramics Monthly.
This glaze is applied in a medium-thick application and fired to a hot cone 6 in a gas kiln. Not food safe.
I use several heavily fluxed glazes combined with a variety of Mason stains, rare earth oxides, and encapsulated pigments to create palettes of color to glaze in a more painterly manner. Multiple glazes overlap, which influences how the glazes move across the forms. I am continually testing glazes and looking for interesting overlaps. Glaze application is done with a spray gun and bulb syringe. I draw with glaze using a bulb syringe to further increase the mixing and melting of the glazes.
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