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J-Knez
J Knez
United States
Dig almost all kinds of art and music.
Playing with ceramics at the moment and listening to a rootsy groove.

My Etsy Shop
www.etsy.com/shop/KnezCeramics

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knez-art.blogspot.com/

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Ernimator Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Thank you for the watch, fellow ceramicist. :)
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bastler Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014
I just sumbled over your page here and find your object highly interesting. I would like to make a suggestion though: Please consider rotating the sideward images. There are many free programs that are able to do that.
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J-Knez Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014
thnx, yeah they were upright. When upload DA put them sideways.

 I think they have a new thing where you have to pay to be able to use images over so many pixels high.
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WonderDookie Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I really dig your most recent mugs! I look forward to seeing more!
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Halfling-J Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I love your stuff :D
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SPLDRAGER Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013  Professional General Artist
These are really cool tiki pieces i would love to know what they will be selling for. In addition please note i run a facebook page called tiki tyfe and would love to see these on there for my members to see as well. 

:D (Big Grin) 
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J-Knez Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
 Thanks.
 I really haven't established prices on the tiki jars yet (only one has come out of high fire so far) but the owl jars this size are going for about $150. (approx 9 inches tall by 5 inches wide). Each one is thrown and carved one of a kind.

 Feel free to post pics on your facebook site. I just don't facebook so...

 I just glazed a set of four cups that I think I will be ebay auctioning in a week or two.

 I don't know if you've seen tikicentral.com or not, but that's a great tiki forum.
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SPLDRAGER Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
Hey thanks for allowing me to post on FB. I would be interested in a swap of artwork for a jar when the time comes if you might be interested, browse my gallery to see what i do. If not i would still like to know pricing when the time comes. Thanks again !!
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munna-chan78 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2013  Student General Artist
you've got some really incredible pieces. fantastic gallery too, love the thrown and then cut pieces such as your vase pineapple.

if you don't mind me asking what's your favourite kind of clay and firing technique?
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J-Knez Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2013
thanks a lot :D

lately I've been using CA2. It's a red stoneware that the art center gets for hand building but i think it throws really nicely. A bit of grog but not too much. Doesn't shrink too bad and it has a nice color and iron spots when fired.

 Most of my stuff just goes through the cone 10 gas kiln so I guess it's my favorite. But I get to throw a couple pieces in raku/salt fires occasionally too. I like the pieces to be fully vitrified though, makes them a bit more functional.

 I think I'm going to get a chance to participate in a wood fire this fall, pretty excited about that, it probably is the best looking firing imo. Definitely the hardest/most time consuming unfortunately.
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