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Jones, Maggie

Posted On February 6, 2009 0 Comments

Black Mountain, North Carolina

Rey, Lourdes Riera

Posted On February 6, 2009 0 Comments

Zaragoza, Spain

Akers, Debra

Posted On February 3, 2009 1 Comment

Ashland, Ohio

 

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Aguirre, Amber

Posted On January 29, 2009 1 Comment

Kailua Kona, Hawaii

Taking Care of Business Newsletter

Posted On January 1, 2009 0 Comments
Making pottery can be a solitary pursuit. By providing informational newsletters like this, Potters Council will keep you current on what is going on in the ceramic marketplace. Potters Council is thrilled to be teaming up with Renee Phillips, The Artrepreneur Coach, to bring you timely information each month on topics that directly affect you… Read More »

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Posted On December 15, 2008 0 Comments
  MEMBER BENEFIT HIGHLIGHT – Credit Card Services   DID YOU KNOW that the Potters Council provides members with reliable and affordable credit card services? If you are currently using a service for credit cards, be sure to compare what Chase Paymentech can provide you as a Member of Potters Council, and if you’re looking… Read More »

chemically combined water

Posted On December 5, 2008 0 Comments
Water in molecular combination within clay and glaze materials, which is driven off during the water-smoking period of the firing. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook

charging

Posted On December 5, 2008 0 Comments
Inserting or injecting a charge of chemical material into a kiln during vapor-glazing processes. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook

charge

Posted On December 5, 2008 0 Comments
A quantity of chemical material, usually salt or soda, which is inserted or injected into a hot kiln during vapor-glazing processes. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook

chamois

Posted On December 5, 2008 0 Comments
Very soft, pliable animal skin—when wet works well to smooth wet clay surfaces. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook