Texas MudDauber Pottery Blog
SO EXCITED ABOUT OUR NEW VIBE!!!
The relaunch of our online store is close and will evolve quickly. Our new classes and store space at Fredericksburg Trade Days is firmly in place and such an exciting place to be. Mobile wheel / hand building / raku / iinstruction has launched and will also include many other processes that will create good vibes and reconnection through 2021. Stay in touch here for current news and events and news!
Check out our Video!!! First Baltic Raku Firing... So Beatiful!!!
Thanks so much to my teacher Magda who opened up this wonderful world to us! @https://www.jumpintoart.com Thank you also to our adopted nephews Brian Jr. - videographer Instagram @videoguybry what a gift... and thanks to Mark Jr. (fire guy) for pulling the first load from kiln ... We can't wait to do it all again!!!
Baltic Raku - Obvara... How Beautiful!!
Marcia Selsor’s Tips on Obvara Firing Enhance the effects of an obvara firing by texturing the surface! Marcia Selsor • August 12, 2020 • Read Comments (26) (0 votes, average: 0.00 out of 5)You need to be a registered member to rate this. Finished pots fired with the obvara firing technique, by Marcia Selsor The obvara firing process, which originated in Eastern Europe around the 12th Century, involves scalding the finish on the pottery to seal the porous surface. Similar to the raku pottery process, a bisqued pot is heated, in this case to 1650°F (899°C) and removed from the...