Clay undergoes a remarkable transformation when fired in a kiln, changing in molecular structure as the kiln heats up and … Read More
High-fired vitreous ware, literally as hard and durable as stone. Matures from 2200-2400° F. (cone 5–11).
Clay Tool Talk: Robin Hopper’s Advice on the Best Tools for Carving, Cutting, Scratching, and Slashing Clay
Almost anything can be used to make marks on clay – from found objects or repurposed kitchen utensils to handmade … Read More
Charlie and Linda Riggs began experimenting with saggar firing after being disappointed with the results of some of their pit … Read More
Efficient upgrades of her workspace, solar panels to provide electricity, and a post office within biking distance have allowed Lucy … Read More
Purple is one of my favorite colors. From pale lavender to deep eggplant there are so many gorgeous purple hues. … Read More