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Recent wood fired work and essays.
Wood fired and shino pottery.
Jane Barrow Ceramics
Jane’s works have an enduring classic integrity. Streamlined forms using
simple systems and patterning to embellish the surface and enhance the form.
There are strong elements of repetition of line and refinement of surface
that create rhythm and movement. A background in textile design combined
with an extensive study of traditional wood firing and decorating techniques
in Japan are the foundation of her work.
- Kathy Gregg
Wood fired sculpture and garden art from a whimsical imagination. Kathy's art is never boring.
- Carol-Ann Michaelson
Canadian studio potter creating wood and gas fired porcelain pieces both thrown and
altered, as well as hand built.
evocative ceramic sculpture, primarily wood-fired (anagama)
and resources on anagama firing. Includes a gallery of work.
- Wood fired stoneware
by Tony and Sheila Clennell. Includes picture gallery, articles, and
- Large anagama set in rural area near Hastings, New Zealand. Gallery open to public and potters always welcome.
Bushy Creek Pottery
- Hand thrown wood fired pottery and instruction in the art of pottery.
Eric Strader Pottery
- Functional and one-of-a-kind pottery pieces that are hand-turned on a potter's wheel, glazed, then gas fired or woodfired.
Matt Jones is a North Carolina potter making functional pots with historical references, including storage jars, pitchers, teapots, tableware, and large garden planters.
Robert Compton Pottery
- A working Pottery in Rural Bristol Vermont production Wood Fired and Salt Glazed Stoneware and Porcelain, in addition to Raku Pit and Water sculptures. Also an extensive summer workshops program.
Jordan Taylor - Stony Meadow Pottery
- Jordan Taylor works within a tradition of wheel thrown, wood fired utilitarian pottery including kitchen, garden and tableware's. His specialty is with large pots (80-120# of clay).
Pine Hill Pottery-Lake Park, MN
- A detailed brochure presenting the showroom, indigenous clay, glazes, fast-fire kiln and the work of artists represented in our showroom.
- An online magazine for wood firers.
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