High firing produces the most vitreous and durable ceramic work and many potters and ceramic artists choose to high fire … Read More
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High-temperature firing range usually including cone 8 to cone 12, for firing stoneware or porcelain. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
Molly Hatch interviews Deborah Schwartzkopf on her work, how she started, and her life as a working potter.
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Barium carbonate has long been used as an ingredient in high-fire glazes, sometimes conferring unique properties upon glazes. One of … Read More
The flowing, drippy surfaces on Kari Radasch’s work are achieved by layering glazes with various melting points.
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