Some pieces from February ’09 firing
Jeju Wood-Kiln Construction Retrospective
Glazed Mugs and Bowls
Here is a brief look at some things I have been doing this last couple of years (not everything of course). Last summer in Jeju, S. Korea, I taught six adult students wheel-throwing and we wood fired our work at the end of the summer. As with much of wood-fired ceramics, it gets given away, broken, or sold right out of the kiln, SO, I don’t have many of my pieces available for viewing here. I do, however, also have a few pictures of the wood-kiln that my studio partner Justin Dyck and I built in 2009. This was the first and largest kiln we built, the subsequent kilns, also pictured, were smaller and easier (less passion required) to fire.
I am in the process of organizing and consolidating my images on to one easy site to view, until then I will post a few links where images can be found.
Back in the studio this month, great to be in there without a class, lots of space, clay, and freedom. Still miss my studio in Korea though. Here is some recent work: