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glow in the dark pigment for ceramic glaze products

updated fri 30 jun 06


Helen Bates on thu 29 jun 06

Re: Glow in the Dark Pigment for Ceramic Glaze Products

DuraGlow Glow and Behold, Ian Ashdown>
(Article on photoluminescent products, comparing qualities of inorganic
pigments based on the newer strontium aluminate compound and the older
copper zinc sulphide compound)

Brian Jensen (MFA, Edinboro U. of Pennsylvania, with Stephen Kemenyffy)
(Article by Sarah Rossiter on Jensen's "Glow in the Dark Glazes" for
Ceramics Monthly Magazine, June/July/Aug 2004 Issue)
I think it was Jensen who started the now apparently defunct company:
Gloze Glow in the Dark Ceramic Glazes after his: (Site is defunct) but archived url follows: (Archived)
He was a fellow MFA student of Stephen Heywood and Michael Schmidt:,%202005/news.htm
I believe he now lives in Clearfield, Utah, where he teaches art,
including ceramics, in Canyon View Highschool:,+UT

Glow in the Dark Pigment for Ceramic Glaze Products
(Pete's Luminous Creations, Singapore:
A sister site: has a general description of
how the various luminescent and phosphorescent chemicals work:

Global Trade Alliance Inc. (Scottsdale, Arizona, USA)
(Technical page for the use of the company's photoluminescent ceramic
glaze based on the alkaline earth aluminate)
GTA Inc.'s "Phosphorescent Pigments" page:


Helen Bates
Belleville, Ontario, Canada

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