<I'd love to know enough to be able to paint
the stuff and have a place to get it fired.
Despina, aren't you reasonably near me? I
live in extreme Southwestern Michigan and near the Indiana state
If you'd be interested I might be willing to spend
some time showing you some things about overglaze painting on porcelain.
My kiln could do the firing(s). Typically in this method there are several
to many numerous firings required to complete a piece. We could arrange
time to work before a White Waters business meeting or before/during a Friday
night fighter practice at the park.
Let me know if you're interested. It's not
majolica, which is what it sounds to me like you're all discussing, but another
much less widely known method. Feel free to respond privately, if you
prefer. If you'd rather not do it, that's fine.
Interestingly, since I am researching into this
topic and practice it in the modern world too I've noticed remnants of the
old-time/world Guild structure and mentality (e.g., very guarded secrecy) about
quite a few aspects of the Art & Science of it in today's modern
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It's a great idea. I can buy bisqueware
unglazed and ready to be painted,
but I haven't the glazes or the kiln in
which to fire them. *sigh* I'd
love to know enough to be able
to paint the stuff and have a place to get
it fired. There is a
co-op in town, but they have more requirements than
I'm up to at the
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