Thursday, August 18, 2005

Full Blown Website Soon

In about a month we hope to have a website with our own domain. It will have explanations of our raku process, a before and after gallery, reviews of different glazes, and we might have plans that you can download to build your own kiln. It will also feature our non-raku pottery (we are not limited to just that). We will also have some of our pottery for sale. We have a few brilliant ideas that I can't reveal quite yet, you will have to visit when it goes live. Talk to you soon.

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Few more finished pots

Here is the rest of the gallery.

Finished Pots!

Below are some of my favorite pictures of pots we have completed. We are putting them up for sale and hope to have a gallery going soon. As always please feel free to comment or email us.

Thursday, August 04, 2005

New Link

I setup a link to a photo set that show more pics about the raku process. There are some great descriptions of what's going on. It's over to the right under links. You can also click here . Feel free to email with any questions you might have about raku firing or pottery in general.

Friday, July 29, 2005

This little animation shows Kevin pulling an 1800 degree pot out of our kiln. He is trying not to burn his feet off (the idiot is wearing sandals). It is being placed into paper so that we can get a good reduction. Fire sure is fun!!

Thursday, July 28, 2005

Cool picture of a recent raku firing, we are dumping sawdust on the pot for it to reduce in.

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

This one might be hard to see so I'll try to explain as best I can. The flames are easy to see and in the flume you'll notice the rim of the pot (dark lined area). The bright yellow area above that line is the interior pot, very cool picture.

Monday, July 25, 2005

Here is a full shot of the kiln in action.

Same firing, pretty cool you can see how hot the kiln gets. The white spots on the lid are clay buttons that have heated up.

New Admin

I now have my own user name and can make contributions. Potteryblogger is Jason and I'm Kevin.
Please feel free to email me.

Same firing.

I'm going to be posting quite a few pictures from a firing a few months ago. Please feel free to comment or to ask any questions. (Pulling a 1800 degree pot out of the Kiln )