Tuesday, 9 October 2012

National Trust Magazine Blog.



Click on this link to read my National Trust Magazine Blog.

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7 comments:

Tracey Broome said...

Paul, that is a fantastic photo of you, what beautiful natural light.

Paul Jessop said...

Hi Tracey, nothing natural at all, the guy screened off all the windows and turned off all the lights.

M.H. said...

I am sorry if I asked this before, but I love your warm brownish-red clay and fantastic glazes. Is it all electric oxidation? Cone?

Just curious as I am starting to fire in an electric kiln.

Mark
California

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Paul Jessop said...

Hi Mark, yes every thing is fired in an electric top loading kiln, not sure what cone I fire to I fire to 1095 oc, I get the burnished look by placing the pots of different sizes next to each other very close.
Hope that helps , good luck

M.H. said...

Thanks Paul. So far you have the richest look I have found on the net among electric potters. It seems you fire about Cone 03, which is a high fire earthenware. Interesting...

Scottcfvu said...

Paul, that is a fantastic photo of you, what beautiful natural light.

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