Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Cone 10 Reduction/ 10 號錐還原燒

After doing some adjustments inside of the gas kiln I fired at UNCG, I finally gained some control of cone 10 reduction firing. Each firing made me become more humble. I used to believe that I knew everything about pottery. This kiln, however, made me relearn many things.


OX  Blood  Red


OX  Blood  Red


Amber  Celadon


4 comments:

  1. I need to come take glazing classes with you, your glazes are always so beautiful!

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  2. What a beautiful red, I love it and it's rim also, the amber celadon has a lot of depth to it as well.

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  3. Thanks for your comments. I think it's important to have right pots for different glazes. Copper red runs a lot, then, you need to have enough surface for it to run. Amber celaon pools well in texture, then, you need to have texture for it to show.
    I also try to apply glazes thicker then most potters do.

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  4. mmmmm ox blood's lookin good!!!

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