Fara Shimbo on wed 23 jan 02
Thought I'd chime in...
Since I put up my website I've been getting a lot of
emails, often with pictures, from folks who've gotten a
crystalline-glazed piece and don't know who made it or
anything else about it. I'm trying to add a page on my
site of potters' marks from crystal pieces, where folks
can see if they can match their work with something on
the site, and then this will link them to the potter's
website, assuming they have one. Right now there's only
mine and one other (I just started this page), if anyone
else is interested in contributing, please let me know.
Also been watching keenly the discussion on color
development and enjoying it greatly. I'd like to
recommend a really great book: "The Physics and
Chemistry of Color: The Fifteen Causes of Color"
by Kurt Nassau. Expensive and a bit technical but
very well worth the money and time.
Hang in there, all,
Fara Shimbo, Certified Public Nuisance, Master Crystallier
Route 66 Ceramics, Hygiene, Colorado, USA
crystalline-ceramics.info ++ crystalglazes.info
"It's great to be known. It's even better to be known
as 'strange.'" -- Kaga Takeshi
Jocelyn McAuley on wed 23 jan 02
What an interesting book title (kind of all sums it up there)! Thanks.
I've enjoyed your crystalline book a great deal. For those on the list
who might be interested, Fara has a crystalline book that she has
composed, available as an e-book (and as a regular book) from her web
site. I've found that this is a format that really works for me.
> development and enjoying it greatly. I'd like to
> recommend a really great book: "The Physics and
> Chemistry of Color: The Fifteen Causes of Color"
> by Kurt Nassau. Expensive and a bit technical but
> very well worth the money and time.
> Hang in there, all,
> Fara Shimbo, Certified Public Nuisance, Master Crystallier
> Route 66 Ceramics, Hygiene, Colorado, USA
> crystalline-ceramics.info ++ crystalglazes.info
> "It's great to be known. It's even better to be known
> as 'strange.'" -- Kaga Takeshi
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