Craig Clark on thu 16 feb 06
Candy, while I suspect that someone will send you a copy of the
glaze formula off list, it would be in your best interest to get
yourself a copy of the widely acclaimed "Mastering Cone 6 Glazes" by
John Hesselberth and Ron Roy, both of whom contribute to clay art on an
extensive basis. Unlike some who have published information they are
very forthcoming with answers to any questions which you may have and
seem to be on a mission, so to speak.
I can honestly say that the book is the best that I have read on
Cone 6 glazes to be fired in an electric kiln. It is succinct, detailed
and puts forth a readily accessible method of analyzing glazes in
general which will lead to an understanding of why a glaze does what it
does. This, along with being a responsible potter and using glazes for
functional purposes that are stable and durable, compose the thesis of
the book. I believe that it should be used as a text for Glaze Study in
Universities and Community Colleges and for potters/ both private and in
Hope this helps
Craig Dunn Clark
619 East 11 1/2 St
Houston, Texas 77008
candy murguia wrote:
> Can you post the recipe for waterfall? Its beautiful.
>> From: Bert Gibson
>> Reply-To: Clayart
>> To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
>> Subject: Re: Cone 6 breaking glazes
>> Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 17:00:40 -0800
>> Here is a link to one of my webpages with the Waterfall on a textured
>> Here is a link to a flat test tile with waterfall on it:
>> You might check out the rest of the site for glaze combinations and
>> from MC6G. Hope it's helpful.
>> Bert Gibson
>> > On Tue, Feb 14, 2006 at 08:56:19PM -0500, Ed Bull wrote:
>> > > Anyone else got good ones? This is a very useful topic.
>> > I generally agree when you mentioned that waterfall isn't a good
>> > choice when you're interested in breaking, but texture does affect
>> > that glaze, and IMO in a magical way.
>> > Mark.
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