John and Judy Hesselberth on thu 30 oct 03
I have been accepted to give a presentation at the Indy NCECA titled
"Great Results from Electric Kilns" (you have to keep your titles to 5
words or less for NCECA --I just made it). In thinking about how to
structure my talk, I would like to intersperse whatever words I say
with some slides of some great electric-fired pots.
So my question to you is -- whose pots would you like to see on the
screen. So far I have only selected one person for sure --one of my
favorite potters and workshop teachers -- Mary Barringer. She does
absolutely fantastic work and I have already conned her out of a couple
of her slides. Mary was one of the emerging artists at NCECA a couple
years ago. She fired gas reduction for many years and switched to
electric in the late '80s. I'm in discussions with a couple other
potters, but I'd like a half a dozen or so.
So who else? I am completely open because there is so much good work
out there. I will favor Clayart members, but other nominations are
welcome also. Please help me with suggestions on or off list. And then
I'll set about talking some of the most often mentioned into sending me
some of their slides.
Edouard Bastarache Inc. on fri 31 oct 03
do you want something containing an industrial
waste material as colourant?
"Ils sont fous ces quebecois"
Lois Ruben Aronow on fri 31 oct 03
>So who else? I am completely open because there is so much good work
>out there. I will favor Clayart members, but other nominations are
>welcome also. Please help me with suggestions on or off list. And then
>I'll set about talking some of the most often mentioned into sending me
>some of their slides.
Geoffrey Wheeler for sure, and Takeshi Yasuda. =20
Lois Ruben Aronow
Modern Porcelain and Tableware
The Tattoo is back!
Snail Scott on fri 31 oct 03
At 09:07 PM 10/30/03 -0500, you wrote:
>...I would like to intersperse whatever words I say
>with some slides of some great electric-fired pots.
WHC228@AOL.COM on fri 31 oct 03
If you need any pictures of cone 10 macro cryastalline glazes that were fired
in an electric kiln I would be glad to help. I have a lot of good quality
photos/slides. I can email some of the images if you would like to see them, or
send them snail mail.
Let me know.
John Hesselberth on fri 31 oct 03
No, I really didn't mean to confine it to pots--I should have used a
broader term. I want to show a wide variety: all temps, all
types/colors of clay, all types of work.
On Friday, October 31, 2003, at 11:00 AM, Snail Scott wrote:
> Just pots?