[Clayart] 5x20 shino
melpots at mail.com
Thu Mar 30 11:31:54 UTC 2023
5 by 20 is a very stable glaze. Comes out of
the Tony Hanson, Ron Roy early well designed glazes.
It seems that it does not craze, and if it does, it would
be micro crazing.
It dries on the pot like cement. Easy to handle during loading
I am hoping that the shino variant will have some interesting affects.
Shino is suppose to be a Maverick, and I am sure this one will be too.
The history of shino is of course a very heavy amount of feldspar.
"APRIL"??? 6f THIS MORNING AND A BIG SNOW STORM ON THE WAY.
"painting, take white paper or cloth and a stick with hair on the end
and smear around colors until you are happy." not very complex.
I have been painting minis, 3x4 inches, using my fingers. Then I started
11x14" and paint with my hands and elbows. Went semi crazy yesterday and
painted over a 4x6 foot abstract painting on the wall. It is now a pastel
colored landscape. (just put newspapers on the floor to catch the drips.)
used my entire arm. My wife Sharlene would be red as a beet, painting over
a "Persian rug". I smile a great deal, thinking of rules to live by.
That rule book got lost in the early storm. I think it is on the way
to New Orleans via Hay River, Red Cedar, St.Croix and then the "mighty
Mississippi". If anyone finds it, keep it for your own use.
love to all.
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