One Love Series

One Love Series

Wood firing is an ancient labor-intensive firing process dating back to early civilizations around the world. My pieces are fired in a hybrid Noborigama wood kiln, meaning ‘cave kiln.' They are fired for several days in a process that brings large volumes of ash into the ware chamber. During the process, particles of wood and ash float through the kiln, following the path of the flame, and land on the pieces. Due to the high temperatures, the minerals in the ash fuse into glazes and produce.

One Love Series

One Love Series

Raku is a firing process that dates back to the 16th century. Originally used to produce pottery for Zen Buddhist tea ceremonies, it is now used for all kinds of ceramics and sculpture. The firing is quick and requires constant attention.

One Love Series

One Love Series

Raku is a firing process that dates back to the 16th century. Originally used to produce pottery for Zen Buddhist tea ceremonies, it is now used for all kinds of ceramics and sculpture. The firing is quick and requires constant attention.

Soul Series

Soul Series

Wood firing is an ancient labor-intensive firing process dating back to early civilizations around the world. My pieces are fired in a hybrid Noborigama wood kiln, meaning ‘cave kiln.' They are fired for several days in a process that brings large volumes of ash into the ware chamber. During the process, particles of wood and ash float through the kiln, following the path of the flame, and land on the pieces. Due to the high temperatures, the minerals in the ash fuse into glazes and produce

Soul Series

Soul Series

Raku is a firing process that dates back to the 16th century. Originally used to produce pottery for Zen Buddhist tea ceremonies, it is now used for all kinds of ceramics and sculpture. The firing is quick and requires constant attention.

Soul Series

Soul Series

Wood firing is an ancient labor-intensive firing process dating back to early civilizations around the world. My pieces are fired in a hybrid Noborigama wood kiln, meaning ‘cave kiln.' They are fired for several days in a process that brings large volumes of ash into the ware chamber. During the process, particles of wood and ash float through the kiln, following the path of the flame, and land on the pieces. Due to the high temperatures, the minerals in the ash fuse into glazes and produce

Reaching Out Series

Reaching Out Series

Raku is a firing process that dates back to the 16th century. Originally used to produce pottery for Zen Buddhist tea ceremonies, it is now used for all kinds of ceramics and sculpture. The firing is quick and requires constant attention.

Reaching Out Series

Reaching Out Series

Figure is raku fired. Base is high-fired stoneware clay, on a wood panel. Raku is a firing process that dates back to the 16th century. Originally used to produce pottery for Zen Buddhist tea ceremonies, it is now used for all kinds of ceramics and sculpture. The firing is quick and requires constant attention.

Reaching Out Series

Reaching Out Series

Specially formulated glazes are used on stoneware clay to produce the effect of organic substances such as water and rock.

Reaching Out Series

Reaching Out Series

Raku is a firing process that dates back to the 16th century. Originally used to produce pottery for Zen Buddhist tea ceremonies, it is now used for all kinds of ceramics and sculpture. The firing is quick and requires constant attention.

Reaching Out Series

Reaching Out Series

Wood firing is an ancient labor-intensive firing process dating back to early civilizations around the world. My pieces are fired in a hybrid Noborigama wood kiln, meaning ‘cave kiln.' They are fired for several days in a process that brings large volumes of ash into the ware chamber. During the process, particles of wood and ash float through the kiln, following the path of the flame, and land on the pieces. Due to the high temperatures, the minerals in the ash fuse into glazes and produce

Reflections Series

Reflections Series

Wood firing is an ancient labor-intensive firing process dating back to early civilizations around the world. My pieces are fired in a hybrid Noborigama wood kiln, meaning ‘cave kiln.' They are fired for several days in a process that brings large volumes of ash into the ware chamber. During the process, particles of wood and ash float through the kiln, following the path of the flame, and land on the pieces. Due to the high temperatures, the minerals in the ash fuse into glazes and produce

Reflections Series

Reflections Series

Wood firing is an ancient labor-intensive firing process dating back to early civilizations around the world. My pieces are fired in a hybrid Noborigama wood kiln, meaning ‘cave kiln.' They are fired for several days in a process that brings large volumes of ash into the ware chamber. During the process, particles of wood and ash float through the kiln, following the path of the flame, and land on the pieces. Due to the high temperatures, the minerals in the ash fuse into glazes and produce

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