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Re: Have Advice for Ceramics??

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Larry Seiler (
Wed, 29 Dec 1999 10:59:51 -0600

Gee...I just want to thank those that responded. Wonderful information. I
feel a bit more confident now of what needs to be done. I will also note
the particular names in case I need, AAarrrgghh, some help!

I really appreciated too the detailed run-down of the kiln. Thanks. I was
trying to make sense of the "techno" garble of an old manual...

Where I last taught ceramics...I co-taught. The other teacher prided
himself with his kiln work, and glazes, etc., and basically claimed rights
and ownership of it! My domain ended up being the one that worked more
frequently with the students, rescuing their pots, centering from every
angle bent over. Then I was the visual arts 2D instructor for a number of
years at another school. Consequently, now some "umpteen" years later
having to do it all, I'm a bit rusty and nervous. You guys have been a

I was pretty pleased that within moments I was throwing some pretty decent
pots this last weekend. Though it was more timely, working to get that
"feel" back as well as the confidence. Thanks again...

Larry Seiler
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"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable man
persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress
depends on the unreasonable man." George Bernard Shaw

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