​​​​​La Meridiana in Tuscany #20.2019 Saggar firing using Soluble Salts with Marcia Selsor www.marciaselsorstudio.com                                                May 5 - 11, 2019  in Italy  SOLDOUT

                                                                                                     NEXT YEAR May 31-June 5, 2020




Throwing/handbuilding. Intermediate +
In this hands-on workshop Marcia Selsor will share knowledge of using this high-bred technique.We will experiment with saggar firing in combination with terra sigillata and the use of soluble salts as colorants and some other alternative smoke firing techniques. The ceramic pieces both thrown or sculpted that we will create will be appropriate for picking up the fumed patterns on the surfaces and be of a size to fit into the saggars.  When they dry we will apply Terra sig, burnish and bisque. We will use soluble salts and  sawdust to be smoked inside with the pieces. These pieces will be fired in a raku kiln.
      


Scottish Potters' Association at Cultybraggon Camp                                                May 18-19, 2019

Alternative firings





 

How Low Can You Go? Discussion Panel at NCECA, Minneapolis, MN.     Friday, March 29th, 2019 Auditorium Room 3.    Paul Wandless, Moderator , with Russel Fouts, Judith Motzkin, Marcia Selsor, and Ken Turner.


Billings Art Association, Speaker; "Inspirations, and Re-tooling One's Perspective" Spring Luncheon                                                                                                                              April 15, 2019

Upcoming Events

 Lowfire Soluble Salts in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.                                           October 8-20, 2020

Raku Workshop at the Carbon County Art Guild Depot ​in Red Lodge, MT 2001 .

This Ceramic Hybrid technique using soluble salts in ceramic saggars 


Alternative Firings, Online through TeachinArt.com. Feb. 25- APR. 4, Viewing until May 3.

RELEASED in 2015,  DVD "EXPANDING THE POTENTIAL OF A RAKU KILN WITH MARCIA SELSOR