Really quick post today. We just learned about ClayScapesPottery as an alternative source for glazes. Clawide variyScapes pottery glazes are a wide variety of beautiful ceramic glazes, including terrific celedons.
ClayScapes is a family business — something we always try to support at Handbuilders Monthly. The principals, Don Seymour and Kim Seymour, offer this level of commitment to potters
“Clayscapes Pottery is committed to providing the ceramic community quality products at competitive prices with positive, exceptional customer service. We are here to make your life easier when it comes to materials needed for you to operate your business. You have a place to contact when you have technical questions or challenges you may encounter. We focus on solutions and work with you to determine how best to proceed.”
We’ve had only one experience with them so far, but we’ll go back without hesitation. We contacted Andrew, in customer service, for help with a project and he couldn’t have been more accommodating. We had a reply via email same day.
It’s our goal now to develop an article on their suggested glaze combos, and some of them are really gorgeous. They specialize in cone 6. Search Facebook groups like GrazeCraze to see how working potters are reacting to ClayScapes products. You won’t be disappointed. They score a 5 out of 5 stars in reviews.
ClayScapes is also a source for clay, equipment, kiln supplies, mason stains, and expert advice. They a variety of classes, too. Here’s the class schedule.
Keep an eye on our pages for more on ClayScapes. Find them on Facebook.
Tell us in the comments if you have had experience with this company.