There are some ceramic glaze surfaces that just stop you in your tracks and leave you wondering “how’d they do … Read More
Basic, opposite of acidic—chemical nature of many fluxes. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook.
Nowadays, ceramic artists are spoiled. It wasn’t that long ago that getting the colors and surfaces you wanted took a … Read More
Chrome oxide or Cr2O3 is a common studio material that can help produce beautiful colors in the kiln. But it can be … Read More
Purple is one of my favorite colors. From pale lavender to deep eggplant there are so many gorgeous purple hues. … Read More