WorldStoke 2022: An Idea Whose Time Has Comeby Bobby Scroggins
For many potters and ceramic artists who practice the art of wood firing, noborigama firings often morph into social events due to the communal nature and “people power needs” associated with the proc…
An International Wood-Firing Exchange
Comparing clays, fuels and firings between Japanese-Shigaraki-style and American-Midwestern-Style Approaches
Owen Rye: A Daedal Gallimaufry. Exhibition in the Barn Gallery, Montsalvat
Owen Rye’s autumn exhibition, A Daedal Gallimaufry, curated by Skepsi’s Anna Maas, was a tour de force in many ways, not least in its fortuitous timing.
The Flavor of Fire: An approach to Flashing in Wood Fired Kilnsby Derek Larsen
Derek Larsen shares the results of his 20 years of obsession and experimentation with atmospheric flashing, or hiiro, achieved in wood-fired anagama kilns.
Anagama Kiln Build – Roto-O-Rangi
In March 2019, Janet Smith commenced the monumental task of building a mighty Anagama kiln on her rural property at Roto-O-Rangi, in the picturesque backblocks of Cambridge, Waikato, New Zealand. A la…
Are You Going to Gulgong?
A new word entered the vocabulary of Australian ceramics years ago. That word is Gulgong. An example of a normal sentence in which it is used is: ‘Are you going to Gulgong?’ Or, ‘Did you go to Gulgong…