Glaze Durability (Food Safety)

I’ve had a few conversions recently about glaze durability. Here is my article that I published in the 2016 NCECA journal on that subject. I looked into the the question of why glazes are durable or not and found that we are able to correlate the overall...
Orange you glad

Orange you glad

We’ve been working on a long term research project on Oil Spots, with our research assistant TC @coneinfinity . We came up with this Orange Oil Spot glaze and we thought it was too much fun, not to post. Shout out to some of our class members who have also...
Temp Chek

Temp Chek

We continue the conversation about Cone 6, from our upcoming, online workshop. “The Middle Glazes: The Story of Cone 6 Glazes” This time we are looking at how temperature effects a glaze. Above you will see four glazes, but they are all the same glaze....
Delayed Crazing

Delayed Crazing

More from our upcoming online workshop, The Middle Glazes: The how, what and why of mid temperature glazes. Delayed crazing-it’s a thing! Our student Lois Aranow asked us if she was seeing things, because work she had that was originally not crazed, we’re now crazed,...
20×7

20×7

We’re going to be launching our next online workshop VERY SOON!!! It’s called The Middle Glazes: The how, what and why of mid temperature glazes. It’s going to blow your mind. ​Here we have a cool representation of glaze chemistry at work. These are all variations on...

Living on the edge

We just got back from NCECA, and we have something to share with everyone. For the last few years, Rose and I have been working on a project, trying to redefine glaze chemistry as we know it. We have been attempting to define the exact chemical role of the colorants...
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