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- Jim Whalen
- Paradox Pottery
The random nature of low temperature salt and sawdust
firing is organized into patterns with wax resist to create a unity of
form and surface.
Pit and smoke fired pottery.
Martinez San Ildefonso Pottery
Dedicated to preserving the history of native American Maria
Martinez, her ancestry and San Ildefonso Pueblo Pottery through our website
art museum, exhibit and biographies.
Creating fine, handmade saggar fired porcelain vessels and "fire painting"
tile murals in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Eduardo Lazo - Ceramic Design Studio
- Eduardo Lazo's online gallery showcasing kosai ware, pit-fire, raku, saggar fired and hand painted vessels and sculptural pieces.
- Rob Drexel Pit Fired Pottery
- A playful presentation of Rob Drexel's wheel-thrown and dramatically decorated (by the fire...) pitfire urns, bowls, vases and more! I invite gallery inquires about handling my work.
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