Lauren Bellero on sun 6 aug 06
first a short note on standard's 245. i used it for years.
yep, it went down hill! i have switched to 13AZ from
ceramic supply (lodi, nj). someone there told me that
it is one of their clay mixes from tuckers (they
have a great rep for clays).
ok, now for workshops! you should check out Richard
Aerni's work study opportunity in rochester! this
is a tremendous opportunity at a very reasonable
price! i am thrilled to be attending beginning 9/18.
i believe there is still room. here is his original
post regarding the subject:
> Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 21:21:49 -0400
> Hi everyone,
> With all of this recent talk about MFAs, distance learning et al., I thought
> this might be the right time to post this opportunity to work with me in my
> studio. I hosted the first session last month, and it was a real success.
> The energy flowing in the studio reminded me of teaching in a place like
> Arrowmont, and I believe that all of us got more out of it than we had
> initially thought possible. The session was planned to be on sectional
> throwing, but when all was said and done, I think it was the approach to
> glazing that I take that generated the most interest.
> Richard Aerni
> Rochester, NY
> Work/Study Opportunity
> · Work with potter Richard Aerni in his studio
> located in Rochester, NY.
> · Tailor your own curriculum…
> Study what you want to learn; work out your own studio program with Richard
> before you come.
> · Small group sessions, 1-4 people maximum…
> Come with a friend or meet someone new.
> Intensive one on one teaching and interaction.
> · 3-5 day duration work sessions…
> Come for a long weekend or work Monday to Friday
> · Affordable rates…
> First year rates of $500 per person per five days include stays at Richard’s
> house and a communal potter’s dinner each night, or you are free to arrange
> your own accommodations.
> · Contact Richard to make arrangements.
> 585-429-0211 phone
> firstname.lastname@example.org email
> · Limited number of available sessions, beginning September 15, 2006.
all the best,
Lauren Bellero, Mudslingers Pottery
Red Bank, NJ
Ron Roy on fri 11 aug 06
It is true that Tuckers mixes some of the clay bodies for Ceramic Supply.
The 13AZ is one that they supply the recipe for.
There are others that are Tuckers recipes.
>first a short note on standard's 245. i used it for years.
>yep, it went down hill! i have switched to 13AZ from
>ceramic supply (lodi, nj). someone there told me that
>it is one of their clay mixes from tuckers (they
>have a great rep for clays).
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