Kiln

Kiln Down

Posted by on Apr 3, 2012 in Kiln, Maintenance | 0 comments

When I first began making pottery, I was a member of a community studio where wheels, space, tools, and glazes were accessible for a small fee.  And, all the firing was handled by the studio assistant.   For most potters, a community studio is an ideal option because it allows them more time to work on making pots and helps defray the costs of their hobby. Then, for a short time, I worked as the studio assistant which was a great opportunity for me to learn the other side of things like firing and mixing glazes.  It also gave me confidence to buy a wheel and kiln.  Since I set up my own...

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