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Daniela Rigogliosi Raku pot leaf Pit Fired

Daniela Rigogliosi Raku pot leaf Pit Fired

raku - Google-haku

Shapes: I love the round of this piece and the small neck and lip. Michael Lee Howland Pottery - new work - Raku fired cracle-orb

For the ceramicist without access to an enormous kiln, you can actually throw your pottery on a grill for a DIY alternative. Check out this guide for the how-to.  Via: Ceramic Arts Daily

Use a Charcoal Grill as a Pit Fire Pottery Kiln

Grilling Season: How to Pit Fire Pottery Using a Good Old-Fashioned Charcoal Grill, By Sumi von Dassow. Pots on the barbie; greenware placed on top of the cooking grill while the charcoal preheats.

How to Pit Fire Pottery Using a Good Old-Fashioned Charcoal Grill

How to Pit Fire Pottery Using a Good Old-Fashioned Charcoal Grill

Pit Firing in a Weber Grill To raise the temperature, use a metal fan to blow air into the partially opened lid.

A hoard of riches... : Photo

A beautiful piece of raku pottery. By Ryan Peters (clayguyry) - "Raku Cremation Urn - Rustic Southwestern Color Scheme - Art - Raku Pottery - Handmade"

This piece was thrown on a wheel by artist Don Williams of St. Petersburg, FL. The vase was decorated in wax resist by Cristina Williams with a glaze made in-house and fired using the Raku method, graceful bamboo leaves adorn this piece.

This piece was thrown on a wheel by artist Don Williams of St. The vase was decorated in wax resist by Cristina Williams with a glaze made in-house and fired using the Raku method, graceful bamboo leaves adorn this piece.

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