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Pottery Lessons - Raleigh NC by Chris
I am interested in finding a location near Raleigh/Durham North Carolina that offers pottery lessons. Anyone know of a good place?
September 17th 04 10:09 PM
by Kira Dirlik Go to last post
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Biggest blunders? by Bubbles
Hi guys! You are being so quiet these days and I love to read from you - so starting a topic I am pretty sure most of you will have input to! What have been your biggest blunders? Either technical or practical - I don't care - I just want to know what big mistakes you have made (potterywise) and...
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September 17th 04 08:17 AM
by annemarie Go to last post
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Throwing of big pots like planters on the wheel (Cameron Lithgow ?) by Gap
Dear Artists, years ago someone who went to a workshop with Cameron Lithgow told me about a video he (Cameron Lithgow) was selling. It shows about how to throw big pots on a wheel and I am interested to learn this. He is from NSW Australia and I found a town and Pottery with the name Lithgow. I...
September 15th 04 01:54 PM
by Brad Panek Go to last post
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Back again.. by Eddie Daughton
Hi People, after some months away(damned computer gremlins!) and a wonderful time in Orkney and Shetland i'm now back up, so high to all Hugs Eddie
September 13th 04 08:53 PM
by Eddie Daughton Go to last post
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Question: How to evaluate a pottery studio business by Joe Friday
Does anybody know how to evaluate a small pottery studio business? My wife has a studio that we want to sell before we move out of the state. She is the sole proprietor and I help her do the accounting, handyman tasks, web pages, clean, and assist in teaching classes. She has been in business for...
September 12th 04 08:59 PM
by Slgraber Go to last post
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Kick Wheels by Vivian
Does any have any experience with the Thomas Stuart Kick Wheel or the Brent Model J Kick Wheel? How about kits or plans for building a kick wheel?
September 12th 04 04:50 PM
by Vivian Go to last post
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biggest thrill by annemarie
Ok Bubbles "biggest blunders" was a cool thread to start so interesting reading about some of the awful things that have happened to people. What are peoples biggest thrills with pottery. Mine so far has been to recieve an award that I did not expect. I entered and exhibition, was pleased to be...
September 11th 04 06:14 PM
by Marmaj40 Go to last post
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wheel advice by alistair
hello, I'm thinking of buying a shimpo RK10 with remote pedal. Can anyone fill me in with pro's or cons of this machine? How is it from stationary to very slow speeds? Does the fact that the pedal is remote, change in any way the performance? what is the drive system? it says in the brochure that...
September 11th 04 06:09 AM
by alistair Go to last post
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my website by George Georgiades
Hi every body, just made a website , have a look and tell your opinion.(www.lembapottery.com) George Georgiades lemba pottery Paphos Cyprus --
September 7th 04 03:51 AM
by DCFOG Go to last post
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hurricane art by Slgraber
i assume wayne in keywest made it thru this latest hurricane...? now, for the next one coming..... have you tried putting out a clump of clay or something to collect shapes, particulate, whatever, as a result of the storm passing? maybe a pile of clay with cheese cloth over it to help hold it...
September 7th 04 12:52 AM
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Dolores Valenza Exhibition at BTDesign Art Gallery by dv_web
BTDesign Art Gallery - Ravenna, Italy is proud to announce Dolores Valenza - Figural Painter/Sculptor as the September 2004 - Guest Artist of the Month . Exhibition showing ten of her most beautiful Sculptures in Porcelain and Bronze opened September 1 and will continue through September 30. The...
September 6th 04 09:41 AM
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handles by Marmaj40
I am having the worst time attaching handles. If they don't crack at the junction, there is a crack at the bend of the handle. What should I do? I can't believe that the people who make lots of mugs, etc. have this problem. Help.
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September 3rd 04 04:12 PM
by Marmaj40 Go to last post
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over reduction disaster by Laura
Hi All, Can you wise potters out there give me some much needed advise about what to do with a bunch of pieces that were over reduced? On the good side, in my last glaze firing, the unglazed portions of stoneware were all toasty and gorgeous. The bad thing is, areas in my old updraft kiln that got...
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September 1st 04 08:30 PM
by D Kat Go to last post
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Witness cones by sandi
Hello Everyone, Does anyone know of any possible reason I should not throw my used witness cones away? Thanks, Sandi
August 30th 04 10:38 PM
by annemarie Go to last post
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Thank you for reading this email. Display Anything! from the Good Buy Girls has several hundreds of different display accessories for your pottery. Please come to our home page, and browse our extensive index. We are very responsive to questions, and enjoy helping crafters, collectors and...
August 29th 04 10:12 PM
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low heat firing and mixing clay by Gary Dickson
Hey All, I am new here and new to pottery... In June I spent 10 days in Mexico in a workshop with Juan Quezada learning his pottery method. My entire experience prior to that was 25 years ago in high school -- so I know very little about anything besides Juans method. I have since read some books...
August 29th 04 03:39 AM
by Mud Dawg Go to last post
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Unusual Bonsai Containers by Peter So
August 28th 04 03:45 AM
by Peter So Go to last post
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Ancient Cromartie Test Kiln by Roz Lacey
(Potter in UK) Someone kindly gave me a small but very old Cromartie test kiln. They thought I could use it as a test kiln and for enamel and onglaze work. It looks in good condition and switching it on produces enormous heat, so I guess the elements are OK. The problem is I can't open it. ...
August 27th 04 11:39 PM
by Rich Grise Go to last post
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pottery courses worldwide by Gaby
I run a travel agency in germany and would like to combine my passion ceramics with my profession. I'am planning to establish a programme for pottery courses during holidays in various countries.Therefore I'am looking for potters who already offer such courses (one week or longer) regularly, to...
August 27th 04 09:33 PM
by sarah Go to last post
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Gerstley Borate by Hugh Prosser
My supply of G.B. is almost exhasted and was quite relieved when I read recently that it was becoming available again, however my local supplier in Hamilton, New Zealand, is not aware of any news like that. He also said that he had not had good comments from customers about the use of substitutes...
August 25th 04 08:55 PM
by Russell Andavall Go to last post
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