If you’d like a bigger selection of glaze colors, but don’t have the time or money it takes to mix and test new ones, don’t fret. Working with what you have on hand can yield some interesting results. Today, we’ll show you a couple of simple ways to get more from your studio glazes. Whether you mix your own glazes, use commercial glazes or both, it’s easy to get comfortable using the same glazes the same way on the same pieces. That’s not necessarily bad, because being comfortable with your methods builds confidence and consistency. However, it’s also wise to experiment and stretch a little bit to discover new territory. The methods below show that new territory might not be that far away. Wednesday, we’ll follow up with another method.—Sherman Hall, Ceramic Arts Daily
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