Today, I introduce to the world one of my recent raku pottery vase creations called Apollo’s Song! What song, from any era or genre, do you think suits this vase? Or what songs from any time, might you suggest for Apollo’s Top Ten?
The raku pottery vase formerly known as #44 finally gets a name in a fun artistic collaboration harnessing the magic of wordpress.
That is where you come in! I am asking any of you talented writers, poets or dreamers who may be interested to …. Name that Vase!
As 2018 draws to a close, I am in the midst of my annual review of the year, and it was a good one, but a CHALLENGING one. Here is a list of what I consider to be my top five creative accomplishments.
Check out our first video throwing a raku pottery vase on the pottery wheel.
A few people have asked me about the raku process that is used to fire my pottery and vases. I have decided to show you and write about how I create raku pottery.
One of the things that I love about pottery is the magic of raku. It is a real game changer. The kinds of effects you can get from this process are unlike those you can get from conventional firing techniques.
What is a Rakutie? Canadian pottery studio comes up with a new name for small scale raku vases – Rakutie!
“The Draught of Peace” is a raku vase that tells the story of a potion designed to relieve anxiety and agitation, but it’s making can very easily cause it.