Drippy Glazes

Possible ways to make drippy glazes

From John Britt:

You can do it with any very viscous glaze at any temp with some easy experimentation. For cone 10 you want high feldspar so a Kuan glaze…low fire is easy with frit 3124 (which is a great cone 6 glaze with 20% EPK.) I will try to find my Bubble Gum Series…which is a version of this line…


Pottery with drips

Various Chinese ceramics- natural ash glazes, Tenmoku and Jun (Chun)


Sui Dynasty Alms Bowl from Earth Transformed


Contemporary Ceramics

Christina Schou Christensen


http://christinaschouchristensen.dk/galleri.htm

Takuro Kuwata 桑田卓郎


Brian Giniewski



Drew Liedtke


https://glazy.org/u/liedtkeclay

Branon Mercer


https://cfileonline.org/branan-mercer-contemporary-pottery/

Shiyuan Xu


Emily Gardiner


http://www.emilygardiner.com

Yih-Wen Kuo

Harris Deller

Jung-yu Tsai

John Britt

Kato Tsubusa

Lauren Mabry



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