Tag: high fire

High-temperature firing range usually including cone 8 to cone 12, for firing stoneware or porcelain. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook

Doug Casebeer: The Stories Tools Tell

Doug Casebeer: The Stories Tools Tell

2 Casebeer throwing a cup in his studio at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado, 2015. Photo: Brianna Horn, Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

3 Casebeer throwing a pitcher with a wooden throwing stick, 2015. Photo: Brianna Horn, Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

4 Casebeer using a wooden stamp on a tea bowl, 2015. Photos: Brianna Horn, Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

5 Casebeer’s throwing demonstration, pitcher and tea bowls, 2015. 6 A greenware and a fired tea bowl with a stamp, 2015. Photos: Brianna Horn, Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

The tools of a craftsman reveal much more than technique or the mastery of material. Tools  … Read More

Recipes: Atmospheric Glazes

Recipes: Atmospheric Glazes

1 Bottle and shot glass, to 8 in. (20 cm) in length, porcelain with Blue Salt glaze, 2015.

2 Plates, to 7 in. (18 cm) in length, porcelain, Bray Shino and Oxidation Celadon glazes, 2015.

3 Mug, 5 in. (13 cm) in height, porcelain, flashing slip, and Honey Celadon glaze, 2015.

4 Yunomi, 4 in. (10 cm) in height, porcelain,Yellow Salt glaze, 2015.

5 Pitcher and cup, 11 in. (23 cm) in height, porcelain, Green and Yellow Salt glazes, 2015. All pieces fired in a reduced wood/soda kiln fired to cone 10.

Lisa York shares some of the high-fire glaze and slip recipes she uses alone, in combination, and  … Read More

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