Research Underway

I’d like to thank everyone for the beautiful photo submissions you provided for my upcoming book. The book, however, may be delayed due to the development of a new material which may simplify working with mixed metals and expand possibilities. I’m currently testing this material for its behavior around other metals and to discover its full range of capabilities. Upon request, I would be happy to bring samples of the new material to any of my upcoming workshops, in case anyone would like to experiment with it. I am hoping to incorporate projects involving this material in the new book. Hopefully it won’t take too long.

22 Responses to “Research Underway”

  • Donna Penoyer Says:

    That’s really exciting, Hadar! You are amazing.

  • Komala Says:

    Hadar, I’d be happy to help. If you send me a sample I will test according to your needs….

  • Barbara Says:

    This is just too exciting. To drop a hint here and then no more — I’m awaiting more news with baited breath!!!

  • Janet Eskridge Says:

    I would love to test your new clay. I’ll even promise to keep scientific type notes.
    I will be at you Dallas workshop next Friday.

    Have a good flight!

    Janet. (short red head from the really hot workshop in Dallas last year. 🙂 )

  • Georgie Galante Says:

    Okay, I’m game!

  • Katharina Says:

    Oh yeah! I can’t wait!

  • Lisa Johnson Says:

    I would love it if you brought some to the class in July at KRASL.

  • Aundrea Katz Says:

    Looking forward to trying out the new clay and meeting you in June. Thank you for all of your help.

  • Renee Lindquist Says:

    I will also be at the Dallas workshop next weekend, and would love to see what is new.

  • Carol Douglas Says:

    Sounds intriguing
    I would love to test out this new and mysterious material
    Looking forward to learning more
    Best wishes

  • Liz Reynolds Says:

    I, too, would love to test your new clay and am even willing to experiment combining it with white bronze!

    Liz (from your recent Toronto class)

  • Cindy Pope Says:

    Dear Hadar, I am so excited and intrigued. I would be glad to do some testing for you. As always I appeciate your ongoing development of new products.

    Warmest Regards,


  • Pat Roach Says:

    Hi Hadar – i won’t be seeing you until October but if you want to send some my way I will follow all instructions and take careful notes. I am always amazed with your products and ideas.
    Take care

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  • Cheryl Frazee Says:

    I won’t be at any of your workshops, but am more than happy to conduct any tests you want. So excited to hear about your new development – you really are amazing! Can’t wait to hear more about it!!!

    With warm regards,

  • Pam Feindel Says:

    I to am waiting with baited breath for your new clays. Anything that can be done to improve our ability to fire different base metals together will be a game changer!
    Like everyone else I would be very please to do some testing for you.

  • Jenny E Says:

    Arrrggghh! I almost cannot stand being this curious :o)

  • Jenny E Says:

    PS. I live in Australia so I can’t come to the workshop but if you want me to test some, bring it on :o) :o) :o)

  • Lucie Says:

    Hi Hadar, In the coming weeks I intend to do a lot of firing. If you need somebody more to test your new product, take notes and pictures of the trial I would be glad to participate

  • Bonnie Kappler Says:

    Hi; Sounds very interesting! I just ordered 20 jars yesterday and would love to try the new clay if you have not shipped yet. Can’t wait. My projects are going well in Copperopolis!! HOpe to see you soon.

  • Leslie Welfare Says:

    Hadar, you really know how to hook someone. Always looking forward to new and advanced products from your kitchen.

  • Dona Says:

    Please bring some to the pre-confrence class. And if you still need some testing I would be happy to do some for you.

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