Glazing and Firing
Glazing made easy
$229 (6 weeks class + 4 weeks reviewing)
What is a ceramic glaze? How to mix a glaze. How to fix glaze errors. How to work with commercial pottery glazes. Learn different glazing techniques.
$135 (4 weeks class + 2 weeks reviewing)
Connie shows how to glaze, decorate and control the gas firing to get the best colors for shinos. See how she combines shino with celadon glazes.
$189 (6 weeks class + 4 weeks reviewing)
Learn about Raku, Obvara, Foil Sagger and ceramic saggers as well as how to make a portable raku kiln.
Glazing with Ron Roy
Ron Roy, co-author of "Mastering Cone 6 Glazes" explains the wonderful world of glaze calculations with students. Learn how to create successful glazes and even porcelain clay.
What students say about TeachinArt.
- Great class!!! The instructions were very clear and easy to follow. I love the look that this process achieves and a great alternative to glaze finishes. What a great alternative to finish you ceramic work. Marie is an excellent teacher. She gave clear and concise step by step instructions. (Kathlyn R. Virginia, USA)
- Paul is an excellent teacher and has a good camera presence. He makes it seem like you are in the room with him. He did an fine job of demonstrating and explaining at the same time - not an easy task! Content was very good and thorough. Demonstrations were clear and interesting, covering basics, as well some more advanced topics (in my opinion). I am finding china painting quite a fun change from making pottery. (Sue M. Wyoming, USA)
- I really enjoyed the content. Good clear videos supported by excellent teaching notes each week. Some very useful tips. Overall, thank you for an inspiring course! (Nicki D. from England)
- Marcia was easy to follow and understand. She took time to explain and show what was going on. Interesting ideas. (Deborah L. from Florida, USA)
- Wow, what a class! For those looking to find the "missing dots" that seem to dog you, this course nails it. The material covers all the bases and more. Plenty of intro to materials, glazing methods and trouble shooting. I especially appreciated the "Improving the usability of glazes" as it relates to brushing on glazes. I recommend the course to anyone who wants to get a handle on how glazes work, why and don't want to be a physics student to understand. (John L. Tennessee, USA)