Anders Olsson
Anders Olsson
Anders Olsson

Anders Olsson

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Omura Tsuyoshi-ten #ceramics #pottery

I'm guessing this is coffee, but I'm loving the color and design of the image.

A GLIMPSE -tmblr A good cup of coffee and biscotti, perfect!

Cone 6 Oxidation Results Group 7 All of the results below for Cone 6 glazes were achieved with the use of a cooling cycle. See the followi...

Joe Shaw’s Lemon Frost ^6 ox –Donna Kat

Joe Shaw Recipe Name: Lemon Frost Matte Cone: 6 Color: Pale Yellow Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte Amount Ingredient 60 Nepheline Syenite 20 Stront…

Category: Glaze, Shino, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: El grosor de la capa de esmalte importa mucho. Capa delgada: amarillento. Capa gruesa: manchas blanquecinas.

Category: Glaze, Iron, Author: Glazy Admin, Notes: Source/Alternate names: Richard Busch Source/Alternate names: similar oxides to Rust Nutmeg and Schran Orange Brown Firing Notes: cool maximum rate to 900C hold 1 hour Notes: Alisa Clausen: gloss, smooth, deep red brown with white streaking and speckling overall. Source/Alternate names: same oxides as Nutmeg Semimatte and Nutmeg, similar to Schran Orange Brown and Nutmeg 1 Firing Notes: cool maximum rate to 1100C hold 1 hour Notes: Alisa…

Category: Glaze, Red, Copper, Author: Lasse Östman, Notes: Always a good and safe clear red, even in the least reduced parts of the kiln. Too thick it will run. 1260oC with 1/2 hour oxidation at top temperature. Crackle on some clays. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/copper/92165.htm

Category: Glaze, Red, Copper, Author: William Schran, Notes: From Wheel Thrown Ceramics by Don Davis. After testing several copper reds, this one remained in suspension the longest. Needs a medium – thick application. From William “Bill” Schran, Teacher & Consultant Creative Creek Artisans: http://www.creativecreekartisans.com/ Cone 6 Reduction Glazes: http://www.creativecreekartisans.com/creativecreek_cone6re.htm

Category: Glaze, Red, Copper, Author: William Schran, Notes: From Wheel Thrown Ceramics by Don Davis. After testing several copper reds, this one remained in suspension the longest. Needs a medium – thick application. From William “Bill” Schran, Teacher & Consultant Creative Creek Artisans: http://www.creativecreekartisans.com/ Cone 6 Reduction Glazes: http://www.creativecreekartisans.com/creativecreek_cone6re.htm