Alisa and Claus Clausen on mon 5 jul 99

Alfalfa gives a very dark reduction, giving a strong contrast in =
crackleware.
Living on the land we are routinely using different grasses, hays,etc. =
whatever
is available for Raku. Our raku is primitive, as we stoke with wood. This =
only
an observation with the alfalfa and I have no research to say why. Raku
workshops here run for 5 weeks once night a week. The participants pay about
100.00 for the run of the course with materials and a final firing of all =
that
can be reached in the last full day's firing. That may sound inexpensive, =
but
our participants are amatures/hobbyists and it is good to get them into a
different level of learning with this offer.
Alisa in Denmark.
Oprindelig meddelelse
Fra: ELIZABETH JACOBS =3Ctheclaystudio=40home.com=3E
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Dato: 2. juli 1999 22:15
Emne: Straw, hay, salt hay, What's the difference?
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=3EDear Rakuers,
=3E Can anyone explain to me the difference between using straw, hay, or
=3Esalt hay, for reducing Raku fired pieces? What is best?
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=3E Also, What do people charge per person for a full day Raku workshop?
=3EI would supply a wide variety of glazes. Each person would fire 35
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