In glazes, phenomenon where a glaze gives different colors in thick and thin areas—the color breaks from thick to thin. Effect accentuated in reduction firing when glazes reoxidize to different color in thinner areas, as in Temmoku breaking from black to brown, or copper red from red to clear. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
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A Look Into the Studio of Ceramic Sculptor Erin Furimsky, Plus a Reminder About Our Studio Tour Video Contest!
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