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Time to Warm Up! 5 Red and Orange Glaze Recipes

Posted On April 23, 2014 0 Comments

After a long brutal winter, spring is hopefully here to stay. So to go with the warming temperatures, I thought I would share some recipes for warm colored glazes. Today, in an excerpt from her book Colour in Glazes, Linda Bloomfield shares some glaze recipes for lovely red and orange hues.- Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

 

Bottles, by Linda Burley.

Cool Colors: Ceramic Glaze Recipes for Greens, Blues and Turquoises

Posted On July 31, 2013 13 Comments

If you’ve seen anything I have made in the last several years, you know that I’m a little bit obsessed with pale-turquoise and pale-green glazes. I can’t get enough of them. So today, I thought I would share some samples of the glazes I obsess over. Linda Bloomfield explains the chemistry behind glazes ranging from the palest yellow-greens to some terrific teals. Plus she shares loads of recipes (for all firing ranges). There are many ways to get greens and blues in ceramics, but if you’re looking for a specific hue, this will help you find the right combination. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

Contemporary Tableware

Contemporary Tableware

Posted On December 17, 2012 Comments Off

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Tableware has occupied a special place in our kitchens and dining rooms for thousands of years, and continues to enchant us today. Ranging from the purely functional to the fine and delicate, the evolution of domestic pots tells us much about our changing tastes and habits, and the wider art and cultural movements that have influenced their decoration and forms.

Photo of the book Coulur and Glazes by Linda Bloomfield available from http://www.ceramicartsdaily.org/bookstore

Colour in Glazes

Posted On November 13, 2012 0 Comments

If you’re looking for a concise, yet authoritative book on the basics of developing your own glazes and experimenting with color, this is it. Linda Bloomfield, who holds a PhD in Materials Science and has been working in ceramics for more than 40 years, serves as the perfect candidate to bridge science and art. Colour in Glazes is amply illustrated with finished works and test tiles.