I learned to throw at Arlington High
School in 1989. I took the class for 3 years and got pretty good at
it. After I graduated I took a few pottery classes here and there
but always longed to own the stuff to work clay with out finding a
class. It took a while of shopping around for a good deal. In 1998
I got the wheel new at Trinity Ceramics and the kiln used only 2 years
old from a guy in Grand Prairie Texas.
use Trinity Ceramics Cone 10 White Stoneware caus its cheep. It's
a bit rough on the hands though. I like Amaco Led free Glazes, Cone
05. They have a nice large color selection. The only kiln I have
is a Blue Diamond Electric Kiln, 11 Cubic Feet. It's very large.
I could easily get in the thing and have room left over. I wish
I had a smaller one. I throw with a Brent Model B Electric Wheel.
I like it but don't have much experience with any thing else. The
table is a ¾ inch thick slab of marble covered in 2 layers
of canvas. It's 30x34. I have way more tools and stuff than I really