June/July/August 2017 • Table of Contents

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In Shigaraki, we mass-produced pots for the commercial market. That was not necessarily what we wanted to do, but we had to do that in order to make a living. We were interested in wood firing and took any opportunity to participate in firings and learn the craft. Here in Seagrove, we are able to make the pots we want to make using local clays, wood ash from our stove and kiln for glazes, and wood from local sawmills to fire kilns. It is a much slower process, each pot is different and there is time to experiment with the beautiful local clays. It is hard work, but we literally have a down-to-earth lifestyle. Read More

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