Raku

"Raku" litterally means Joy and Happiness. These pieces are fired, then glazed and fired again. In the second firing the piece is extracted from the Kiln at its peak temperature and placed directly on combustable materials(pine needles, sawdust, leaves etc..). Once the piece ignites more combustables are thrown over the piece and it is covered. Once some serious smoking is completed the piece is removed and quenched in cold water to hold the glaze and capture the essense of the moment. This is Raku, ... Enjoy

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