Here are some notes, links etc. that hopefully will be helpful in understanding some of the things I talked about during my demo.
My blog [sawdust and dirt] (http://www.sawdustanddirt.com)
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My Pottery Guild, The Potters of the Roan
Picture viewer of blog archive images, [google web albums] (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/web-albums-hd-for-picasa-google+/id364824944?mt=8)
And while you're away from your wheel, stay keen with the "Let's Make Pottery" app.
Check out this Sponge Bob episode: Bubble Stand (S1E4). Warning! This video is sped up to 1.5!
English potter Issac Button look for "poultry fountains" at 2:02-2:16.
Bruce Lee using extreme nun chuck technique playing table tennis
Here I am painting a jar with wax resisit.
The Home Clay aka, Kline Pottery local clay recipe
40% local red dirt 15% G200 feldspar 35% Fireclay 10% OM4 ball clay
black wax paste
9 pts RIO 1 pt manganese dioxide 1 pt frit 3134
underglaze black slip
25% Silica 25% F4 feldspar 25% Ball clay 25% EPK 15% Cobalt free stain (mason stain #6666) this slip can be brushed thinly on bisque
26% Silica 26% custer feldspar 48% EPK This is a bisque slip. It’s mixed fairly thin, like skim milk. Usually I dip pots, but pour over large pieces.
Here is a blog post showing some of the brushes I use.
Two Centuries of Potters; A Catawba Valley Tradition. Lincoln County Historical Association, Exhibition Catalog, 1999 Beam, Harpe, Smith, & Springs (editors). OUT OF PRINT but you might find copies here Also, I mentioned Jason’s great grandfather Poley Carp Hartsoe (1876-1960) purely a coinsidence, but a good one!
Ceramic Art of the Malibu Potteries early 20th c pottery factory in California whose work inspired my black wax technique.
Functional Pottery by Robin Hopper My work (circa. 1998) appears on pages 222 and 223.
Michael Simon | Evolution by Susan Stokes Roberts (Michael was my Penland teacher during Spring concentration 1989)