Translates as “step-climbing kiln”—traditional Japanese multichamber downdraft/crossdraft climbing kiln, with initial firebox at bottom, and secondary fireboxes in each chamber. As kiln is fired, each chamber preheats the next. See climbing kiln. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
Just under 3 years ago, the stakeholder community of artists, staff, adult students and trustees at Baltimore Clayworks began to … Read More
John Thies has been building, firing and maintaining large wood kilns for more than thirty years. For more than ten … Read More
Teapot and Yunomi by Ken Matsuzaki.
In today’s post I wanted to highlight an upcoming exhibition that features pottery that narrowly … Read More