Marit Talhaug

Marit Talhaug

Marit Talhaug
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Emerald – Cone 5/6  Gerstley Borate – 49 EPK (kaolin) – 19 Flint (silica) – 32 Chrome oxide – 2 Cobalt Oxide – 1  Bentonite 2%

Emerald – Cone 5/6 Gerstley Borate – 49 EPK (kaolin) – 19 Flint (silica) – 32 Chrome oxide – 2 Cobalt Oxide – 1 Bentonite 2%

I have been doing a lot of glaze testing over the last few weeks.  Whilst this has been somewhat exhausting, I have gained a lot of useful ...

I have been doing a lot of glaze testing over the last few weeks. Whilst this has been somewhat exhausting, I have gained a lot of useful ...

Designs by Östebro - beautiful, light, layered    vintage-inspired looks

Designs by Östebro - beautiful, light, layered vintage-inspired looks

US$25.56 Vintage Women Polka Dots Short Sleeve Pocket Dresses

US$25.56 Vintage Women Polka Dots Short Sleeve Pocket Dresses

tunique H transformée en robe.  From a French blog. Sleeves not altered, pleat on front, gathered back, smaller size for the body than the bodice

tunique H transformée en robe. From a French blog. Sleeves not altered, pleat on front, gathered back, smaller size for the body than the bodice

Cone 6 Glaze Recipes

Cone 6 Glaze Recipes

Glossy light to Turquoise crystal glaze that  does not need slow cooling

Glossy light to Turquoise crystal glaze that does not need slow cooling

Glazeitorium Oribe #4 Custer Feldspar 30.5 Whiting 20.5 Silica 34.7 Ball clay 14.3 Copper carbonate 8

Glazeitorium Oribe #4 Custer Feldspar 30.5 Whiting 20.5 Silica 34.7 Ball clay 14.3 Copper carbonate 8

Great picture of blure green purple variation on site.  Great limey nearly chartreuse satin matte

Great picture of blure green purple variation on site. Great limey nearly chartreuse satin matte

Although bright colors have become just as easy to achieve at cone six as they are at cone 06, Gail Kendall still prefers the low fire approach, inspired by the casual decorative style of peasantware from Europe and Great Britain.   In today’s post, Gail explains her techniques for creating simple and beautiful slip-decorated surfaces.... Read More »

Although bright colors have become just as easy to achieve at cone six as they are at cone 06, Gail Kendall still prefers the low fire approach, inspired by the casual decorative style of peasantware from Europe and Great Britain. In today’s post, Gail explains her techniques for creating simple and beautiful slip-decorated surfaces.... Read More »