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Kristen Kieffer’s tweet about color and the link to her old post about color came at the exact time that I was sitting looking at my test glazes that I had mixed almost 18 months ago.

I’m not looking for anything fancy but I do think I should add some color back to my work after going without it for the past year.
I do like the simplicity of having one glaze…and it’s even simpler when the one glaze I have mixed up is a clear glaze. All of my decorations have been done while the work is either leather-hard or green which means I don’t need to deal with the static bisqueware using any creative energy at all.
I also think that maybe the reason I’ve stayed away from color this past year is the fear of new. It’s been a lot of changes in the studio but the main thing has been the switch to porcelain and electric firing. I like how Emily has embraced the new materials and kiln going with lots of color right away.
I guess it’s time to add something to the mix. First of all, I’ll need to make some fresh work…and maybe staring at these test-tiles has been just one more form of procrastination as I put off finding out if I can still throw.
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Posted in glaze tests on 08/25/2010 05:11 pm

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  1. Michael Kline

    I've been thinking the same thing about my palette. I bought 500lbs. of porcelain and will be firing up the electric kiln with it, soon!

    I like the blue in the front row. and the turquoise too.

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