pots from the past…

Colby; c 2002, red clay, salt fired, cone 1

Colby; c 2002, red clay, salt fired, cone 1

Camera is on the fritz.

Though there is a bunch of stuff going on in the studio it is not much fun to share without the benifit of images.

So here is another pot from my Clay Center days.  It is approx. 5″ in height, a sandy Newman’s Red clay body, salt fired.

It seems really comfortable to me – nice harmony of loose and tight – doing a lot w/ a little.  Those were the days…

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3 Responses to “pots from the past…”


  1. 1 Chris C. January 15, 2009 at 11:50 am

    That is a really great pot! Is it a low fire body fired to cone 1, or was it formulated specifically for firing to that temp?

  2. 2 Steven January 16, 2009 at 12:32 am

    I’m not very good (or terribly interested) in formulas, but taking the mad scientist approach – i’ve found that this Newman’s Red body is quite refractory and stands up @ cone 10 (as a toasty brown in reduction). Down at 01’ish’ is leaves a bit to be desired as far as tightness, though it is a beautiful color, both raw and under glaze.
    I pinched the recipe off Ron Meyers and should you google ‘Ron Meyers clay body’ it should pop up for you.
    I’m using a variation on this body now with a bunch more Redart in it – i lose vivid orange and gain a bunch in vitreousnessosity.

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