A shelf of supplies in Krantz’s workspace. While she keeps some low-fire underglazes here, she tends to use the high fire glazes made at Seward Park Clay Studio. “I’m more of a fan of stains and oxides, drawing on ceramics with them — just the straight up minerals, like cobalt, iron oxide, copper, mixed with a little bit of water. They go on the ceramic body in a smooth, lush way.” On the wall, to the left, hangs a piece from a past installation. Krantz took found materials and scraps from her old paintings and instead of gluing them down into a collage, she strung them up.
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A shelf of supplies in Krantz’s workspace. While she keeps some low-fire underglazes here, she tends to use the high fire glazes made at Seward Park Clay Studio. “I’m more of a fan of stains and oxides, drawing on ceramics with them — just the straight up minerals, like cobalt, iron oxide, copper, mixed with a little bit of water. They go on the ceramic body in a smooth, lush way.” On the wall, to the left, hangs a piece from a past installation. Krantz took found materials and scraps from her old paintings and instead of gluing them down into a collage, she strung them up.