In fuel-burning kilns, adjustable refractory plate located in exhaust flue, allowing control of back-pressure and secondary air, regulating kiln atmosphere. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
Careful control of the drying and ﬁring stages is necessary for successful completion of large-scale sculpture and tilework. Although climatic … Read More
You don’t have to own a wood kiln to wood fire your work, but it can be tricky to find … Read More
As I have mentioned in this blog before, it’s not easy being green when you are a ceramic artist, but … Read More
On Monday, Bruce Bowers explained his process for converting an old electric kiln into a gas and wood-fire kiln.
Today, as … Read More