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Love this glaze idea! Bands of Obsidian and Seaweed on buff stoneware fired to cone 6 by Amanda Joy Wells

Amanda Joy Wells - stripes of Seaweed and Obsidian with a little overlap

gives me an idea to try a celadon with cobalt wash spray over it then pre cause it to drip. - Amanda Joy Wells - stripes of Seaweed and Obsidian with a little overlap

Blue rutile was painted 3 coats up to 2 1/2 inches from the top, AJ (Ancient Jasper) was painted 2 coats on rim and about an inch the blue rutile. This was fired to Cone 5 and then slow cooled.

Blue rutile was painted 3 coats up to 2 inches from the top, AJ (Ancient Jasper) was painted 2 coats on rim and about an inch the blue rutile. This was fired to Cone 5 and then slow cooled.

Textured turquoise over Obsidian on red clay - Google Search

Dip Bowl by Linda Neubauer Pottery Obsidian x Blue Rutile, Textured Turquoise, and Seaweed band below rim

Stone Mountain Clay: Soylent Green and Daiquiri Freeze on 333 Black Raven Stoneware, fired to cone 6 electric (two brushed coats Soylent Green, one brushed coat Daiquiri Freeze).

[an interesting exploration of layered glazes. All cone 6 electric. Maybe it will give you the inspiration to experiment with your own work.

3 coats ancient jasper 2 coats seaweed

Amaco Potter's Choice Glazes: 3 coats ancient jasper and 2 coats seaweed

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