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Pit-fire for a bad day

Was Having a little bit of a blue day, so i decided to take a little time for me just to hang out with you dirty dirty potters Po. Box : 293883 Zip : 95892, Sacramento Name: Donte the potter * Want to see some of my artwork? Go to – Facebook: Https://Facebook.com/earthnationceramics – Instagram […]

Pit fire + Kiln opening (What else can i burn?!)

Many of you have been requesting more pitfire work. here ya go 🙂 this new pitfire lasts alot longer than the previous red brick one we had. p.o box info :293883 zip : 95829 sacramento, name: Donte the potter – Music by: Guggenz – All My Love (Vlog Music Copyright Free For YouTube) *Instagram : […]

Di Luca Ceramics Raku

Raku bowl with a Woman face.Today I would like to show you, part of the process of this beautiful piece.The face was attached to the bowl in a second moment to keep the shape much as possible.I really careful attached the 2 part together and let them dry completely. To have a nice shade of colours […]

Raku the “Deal” Way

Master Raku artist Boni and Dave Deal. (Visited 27 times, 1 visits today)

Super Quick Terra Sigillata Plus Feather and Horsehair Raku Firing | MARCIA SELSOR

In this clip, a time-lapsed excerpt from her video Raku Firing: Expanding the Potential of the Raku Kiln, Marcia Selsor demonstrates this technique and a horsehair/feather firing. Purchase Raku Firing: Expanding the Potential of the Raku Kiln at http://ceramicartsdaily.org/bookstore/raku-firing-expanding-the-potential-of-the-raku-kiln-2/ (Visited 32 times, 1 visits today)

Taming the Dragon

Dragon Kilns, Wood-fired Kiln, Chinese ceramics, kilns, Firing with wood, Firing Tenmoku, Jian Ware. (Visited 26 times, 1 visits today)

Jane White takes us through her making Pit-fire process

Pit-firing ceramist Jane White takes us through her making processes, step-by-step. Discover more inside Ceramic Review issue 280, which features the full masterclass. You can order back issues of the magazine from ceramicreview.com. Film by Harry Munday for Ceramic Review. (Visited 108 times, 1 visits today)

Wood Fire and Clay: Japanese Pottery in Georgia

Twice a year, in the Spring and Fall, Roger Jamison fires the anagama,the wood fired kiln behind his home in Juliette, GA. It takes a team of potters with cords of wood a week to fire the kiln. At the end of the week, potters come together to see what became of their work. (Visited […]