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Ending the week with a good old tidy in the shop. . . We are ready for the weekend. . . New furniture out, tables filled with goodies and the studio set up for a screen printing workshop tomorrow.
I’m not freaking out, you’re freaking out. Ok, I’m freaking out. I opened the kiln this morning to find this toasty, delicious morsel. I have another glaze fire happening now. I wonder what treats it’s cooking up? I’ll know by dinner time tomorrow.
I can see an entire collection in this glaze. I can see myself using only this glaze for the rest of my life (but I’m fickle so I won’t). The thickness of the glaze, the shape of the pot, it’s location in the kiln, whether it’s carved or not... everything affects the final outcome more so than for my other glazes, and so far each piece has been a surprise. I love its unpredictability - firing in an electric kiln can be very predictable, which is terrific, but a few surprises along the way are nice too. I’d love to make this in a matte version. Glaze experts, will strontium do the trick?