Curious about our vibrant collection of mid-fire, Cone 6 glazes? Already experimented with them and experienced catastrophic glaze drips? You're in luck! Join BHC's lead glaze technician Jamie for a comprehensive workshop in navigating our studio's line of Cone 6 glazes. In this workshop you will how to layer the glazes for interesting effects, how to successfully apply the glazes, and how to avoid glaze drips and running. Our Cone 6 glazes have proven to be runnier and more finicky than our Cone 10 glazes, making this an enriching opportunity regardless of glazing experience.
What to bring: You'll need to bring some bisque-fired pots, I recommend bringing around 5 cup-sized pieces. It would also benefit you to utilize our outdoor selection of Cone 5 clays for these pots, see the reference photo provided below. While you can technically bring in bisqueware that is made from Cone 10 clays, it is important to note that this clay will not vitrify at the Cone 6 temperature. Pots that are not vitrified will not hold liquids. Keep in mind that the glazes will be more vibrant when used on white clays.