41 min

An Introduction to Glaze Testing Part 1 The Potters' Round Table

    • Education

Welcome to The Potter’s Round Table, the topic today is An Introduction to Glaze Testing.

One way to learn how to fix problems with your glaze is to understand what each ingredient does and how it affects the final glaze. This mini-series on glaze testing will explore a simple glaze recipe and how to determine what part each ingredient in the glaze plays in the fired glaze result. Through a series of changes to the glaze recipe, focused on a single ingredient, we fire the different glazes and inspect the result in a process that can be repeated on any glaze recipe.

At the end of the presentation there is a short Q&A session.

The Potters’ Round Table is a production of Washington Street Studios. As a result of the pandemic the Round Table is hosted as a YouTube livestream event and then edited to be added to our video library.

Show notes, including handouts, can be found at https://www.hfclay.com/the-potters-round-table

The Potters’ Round Table is brought to you by Washington Street Studios, a community pottery studio, gallery, and pottery school located in Harpers Ferry / Bolivar, WV. We exist to provide ceramic artists an affordable, fully equipped studio space for aspiring, emerging and established artists to share their creative energy and knowledge in an environment designed to support the ceramic artist. If you want to learn more about Washington Street Studios, visit our website at https://www.hfclay.com/.

At Washington Street Studios, we believe the sharing of creative energy and knowledge will improve the quality of our art and increase the appreciation of art within our community. We are striving to create an environment where the arts are shared and appreciated. We want to grow as a family of artists and contribute to our community.

This podcast is one of our steps to share our passion for the ceramic arts, creative energy and knowledge with other artists and art lovers. We also created a video version to expand our audience. If you are looking for the video of our show search for ‘Washington Street Studios’ on YouTube or go to http://www.youtube.com/c/WashingtonStreetStudios.


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Welcome to The Potter’s Round Table, the topic today is An Introduction to Glaze Testing.

One way to learn how to fix problems with your glaze is to understand what each ingredient does and how it affects the final glaze. This mini-series on glaze testing will explore a simple glaze recipe and how to determine what part each ingredient in the glaze plays in the fired glaze result. Through a series of changes to the glaze recipe, focused on a single ingredient, we fire the different glazes and inspect the result in a process that can be repeated on any glaze recipe.

At the end of the presentation there is a short Q&A session.

The Potters’ Round Table is a production of Washington Street Studios. As a result of the pandemic the Round Table is hosted as a YouTube livestream event and then edited to be added to our video library.

Show notes, including handouts, can be found at https://www.hfclay.com/the-potters-round-table

The Potters’ Round Table is brought to you by Washington Street Studios, a community pottery studio, gallery, and pottery school located in Harpers Ferry / Bolivar, WV. We exist to provide ceramic artists an affordable, fully equipped studio space for aspiring, emerging and established artists to share their creative energy and knowledge in an environment designed to support the ceramic artist. If you want to learn more about Washington Street Studios, visit our website at https://www.hfclay.com/.

At Washington Street Studios, we believe the sharing of creative energy and knowledge will improve the quality of our art and increase the appreciation of art within our community. We are striving to create an environment where the arts are shared and appreciated. We want to grow as a family of artists and contribute to our community.

This podcast is one of our steps to share our passion for the ceramic arts, creative energy and knowledge with other artists and art lovers. We also created a video version to expand our audience. If you are looking for the video of our show search for ‘Washington Street Studios’ on YouTube or go to http://www.youtube.com/c/WashingtonStreetStudios.


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thepottersroundtable/message

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