High-fired vitreous ware, literally as hard and durable as stone. Matures from 2200-2400° F. (cone 5–11).
Following Friday’s video on the collaboration between potters Tom Coleman and Frank Boyden, I would be remiss without mentioning another … Read More
Sometimes bigger is better. This was the conclusion that Danish ceramic artist Morten Løbner Espersen came to when developing the … Read More
The flowing, drippy surfaces on Kari Radasch’s work are achieved by layering glazes with various melting points.
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When I think of terra sigillata, I think of the soft, satin surfaces of low-fired earthenware, like Greek red and … Read More