[Clayart] glass [GroupMail]
ivor and olive lewis
iandol at westnet.com.au
Sun Mar 30 00:11:37 EDT 2014
Dear Elizabeth Willoughby,
As I recall previous discussions relating to the use of Glass as an additive
to a glaze decoration there can be Thermal Expansion issues.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Elizabeth Willoughby" <willowyliz at gmail.com>
To: <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 29, 2014 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: [Clayart] glass [GroupMail]
> At the NCECA panel discussion, "Where Have all the Potters Gone", Mark
> Hewitt showed a slide of his of two mugs, which are still in my head.
> or salt fired, he had placed a tiny bit of glass close to the rim that had
> melted down the side of the mug. Really attractive. I had seen his large
> urns decorated in this way, which I have always admired but on a small
> piece it too was very attractive. He has been using that method for quite
> a few years.
> from Brighton, Ontario, Canada. Tired of seeing mounds of dirty snow, now
> warming up and raining. Must be spring, the raccoons are out to the
> feeders at night.
> On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 10:03 AM, Girrell, Bruce
> <bigirrell at microlinetc.com>wrote:
>> Just a big circle. If you take a look at the early issues of Ceramics
>> Monthly, you will see lots of stuff about glass. A lot of the ads focused
>> on glass as well.
>> Bruce Girrell
>> On 27 Mar 2014, at 12:44, mel jacobson <melpots2 at visi.com> wrote:
>> > we are also seeing a lot of melted glass in clay vessels.
>> > it will be the rage soon.
>> > mel
>> > In the late 60s/70s it was very common over here in the UK, AND in
>> > those
>> days you could get full colour glass offcuts from stained glass makers.
>> Nowadays it's a skim of colour on a clear glass base!
>> What goes around..............
>> Steve M
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> Liz Willoughby
> Brighton, Ontario
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