Thursday, April 6, 2017
Glazes and Kiln Opening
Its been a busy season here in Florida so not much time to post photos or chat about pots and paintings.
But.... Today I finally got a chance to take a breather and thought I would share a few of the pieces when I opened the kiln this afternoon. Lots of fish and berry bowls this time around with a few new colors. The glaze I developed for Highwater P5 has been working well on the Frost porcelain clay, which made me extremely happy. Glazing is not my favorite pass time and I get a bit grumpy if things don't turn out the way the should. Okay.. The way I think they should. ;)
Took a glaze workshop with John Britt in St. Pete not to long ago. I didn't get questions that I had answered, not that he couldn't answer them. Its just the questions were a bit more advanced within the scope of the course. I gathered this because the first question I asked he replied to the class.. "What she is saying in english.... " I gathered form his comment that most of the others taking the workshop were beginners with no real understanding of glaze work. So no questions asked unless it was basic to clarifying or solidifying a concept where I was a bit fuzzy in understanding.
I took a few good tips and some insights home with me. So I felt it was money well spent.
Here is the opening...
Posted by Catherine Kendrick at 1:29 PM