Chris Schafale on mon 15 mar 04
Room 4 of the Stay-at-Home Clay Gallery is now open for visitors.
Welcome, and enjoy!
Light One Candle Pottery
Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, USA
(south of Raleigh, NC)
NEW email: chris at lightonecandle dot com
(insert the @ and . as appropriate)
Laurie Kneppel on tue 16 mar 04
Chris those look great!
What I think is the neatest part is to see all the different shapes and
colors other people make.
Had an interesting firing over the weekend, lots of unexpected results
from glazes I've used before. Had a bowl glazed with Tom Coleman's
Vegas Red (store-bought recipe). Bowl was Quyle's Sandstone (lots of
iron, I think). Bowl was red on one side and sort of celadon green on
the other, but the inside was a strange blue! bet that won't happen
again if I want it to! Got good cone 10 at top of the kiln, but barely
cone 9 at the bottom where the bowl was located. Not what I expected,
but I like it! I'll see if I can get a photo to show the real colors on
my website one of these days.
Laurie (waiting for the photographer to squeeze my mug in so I can get
it to the post office today! Otherwise i may have to subject everyone
to my digital "photography"!)
On Mar 15, 2004, at 5:04 PM, Chris Schafale wrote:
> Room 4 of the Stay-at-Home Clay Gallery is now open for visitors.
> Welcome, and enjoy!