Linda Kaye-Moses says, "My studio is a Paragon studio!"
“I have been using a Paragon SC-2 in my studio for years, and it just keeps on chugging along, firing up to temp, holding temp, and allowing me to sinter fine silver and bronze metal clays. I also recommend these kilns everywhere I've taught metal clay, as they are perfect for workshop teaching.
“I also own and use a small, non-computer controlled kiln for enameling, the Paragon Q-11A, and find it to be the perfect size both for the work I'm doing and for available horizontal space in my studio. It is preferable to the SC-2 for enameling as the firebricks hold the temp better when the door is opened for checking or removing enameled pieces. This kiln does its job beautifully.
“I also appreciate the easy access to technical assistance. In this day and age, it's a pleasure to be able to talk to the tech folks about any questions I have regarding my kilns. My studio is a Paragon studio!”
Linda’s pieces shown here are PMC3 fired in the SC-2 kiln and enameled in the Q-11A. Linda is the author of “Pure Silver Metal Clay Beads.”