Wood & Soda Fired Vessels
These pieces of handmade pottery are wood fired, which is the oldest method of firing clay. Pieces fired in an outdoor, hand-stoked wood kiln to reach approximately 2,200°F for an average of 2-3 days. As you may imagine, these kilns can't be built just anywhere. We rent available wood kilns and join community firings or workshops to fire these pieces.
Wood Fire Thrown/Altered
7"H x 5"W
Faceted Wood Fire Bowl w/ Glaze inside (functional)
3"H x 7.5"W
Wheel-thrown Altered Wood Fire
5.25"H x 4.25"W
Wood Fire Elliptical Lidded Vessel
"H x "W
Altered Wheel-thrown Wood Fire Vessel
13"H x 8.5"W
Wood/Soda Fired Carved Vase
8.25"H x 4.5"W
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Wood Fired Bowl w/ glaze inside (functional)
2.25"H x 5.25"W
Wheel-thrown Thin-neck Vessel
13.5"H x 5.5"W
This is Rachel stoking wood during her shift at John Bryan Community Pottery in Yellow Springs.
Wood-fire unloading at John Bryan Community Pottery.
This is a two chamber Wood/Soda kiln firing at Touchstone Center for Crafts in Farmington, PA.