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Susan Kramer Pottery

Vermont made Pottery since 1997

New Stuff! Add Video

Here's a video that gives a quick look at what came out of the most recent kiln-load.

Posted by Susan R Kramer on July 12, 2012 at 11:40 AM 8006 Views

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Reply Sue Kramer
5:48 PM on March 26, 2013 
Thanks Trish!
It was great skiing with you too. If you are up in Vermont on Saturdays in the summer please visit me at the Londonderry Farmer's Market!
All the best,
Reply Trish Stanley
4:33 PM on March 25, 2013 
I love your pottery Sue!
Really enjoyed skiing with you this past weekend too:) Thanks so much for a good clinic

Might just have to get a set of plates and mugs from you.

Hope to see ya again sometime in the near future!
Reply Sue Kramer
8:19 AM on November 13, 2012 
I do work in the low-temp ranges. Some of the clay I use s bisque to 04 then glazed to 05 and some is reversed. I have tried my glazes to cone 3 with some success but they do lose some of the brilliance. I would love to be able to attain that bold color at higher temps but haven't yet found the right clay/glaze combo.
Reply mary hess
6:49 PM on November 12, 2012 
Just discovered your work,so impressed, I am now a fan. Your glazing is so bright and colorful, do you bisque at 04 and glaze at 06? Right now I have been trying for more color, even tried low fire color with cone.6. Clear glaze, came out of kiln too pale.