Paul sez: "Very lovely and interesting work. I am working on glaze interactions at cone 5-6. Multiple layers mixing flowing and matt and semi-matt glazed seems to give the most beautiful/ interesting results."

 Woof sez: Ya you go Paul!!!
I'm working in the cone 6 glaze oxidation range, but also include cones 8-10 as underglazes which bond/interface well on my *("completely vitrified,") cone 6 body.
Then I also use commercial cone 06 glazes splashed over/under/on in strategically placed locations.
  
*(using mel's "completely vitrified" appellation)

Breathes serendipity into these, my already chosen, go to glazes.

David Woof....................................................................................and I always look forward to what Carol will think of next!!!


From: Clayart <clayart-bounces@lists.clayartworld.com> on behalf of paul gerhold <gerholdclay@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2021 7:13 AM
To: Carol Marians <carol@knighten.org>; Clayart international pottery discussion forum <clayart@lists.clayartworld.com>
Subject: Re: [Clayart] recent work - one inlay - 6 background glazes
 
Very lovely and interesting work. I am working on glaze interactions at cone 5-6. Multiple layers mixing flowing and matt and semi-matt glazed seems to give the most beautiful/ interesting results.

Paul

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> The interaction region of one inlay seen on six distinct glazes:
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> http://carol.knighten.org/2021-GlazeTests/2021-08-18-oneInlayGlaze/
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