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Lesson Plans


Pit Fire

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JUDY GROCHOWSKI (jfgro)
Tue, 07 Dec 1999 22:43:22 -0600


Hi all,
Once upon a time, I pit fired some really nice pots my students had
done with out bisqueing them first-some of the forms were especially
nice, as is always the case-all were burnished-representing a
substantial time investment in some cases. The firing went
beautifully-great surface marks! We too had watched the Maria video and
some of the students sprinkled corn on the pit-(popcorn!). Some danced
around-very festive. We went home that night with the pots outside in
the pit, cooling.
Overnight, it rained-long story short-mud and ruined pots! This is
how I learned-the hard way-to always bisque-at a low temp, first!
Hope this helps! (or at least garners some redemption :-) on the list of
my art teacher mistakes)
Judy Grochowski
Greenfield High
Greenfield Wisc

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