By that I mean slightly over 13 hours – so not really that long. The point of difference was in the wood, this firing I had about 50% macrocarpa, 30%...
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My journey in ceramics started when I was 16, at a night class run by the Auckland Studio Potters. But it wasn’t until I started studying ceramics at tertiary level that I realised that I was hooked. For the last 22 years I’ve been a professional potter, developing my love of clay and fire.
Check out my Posts page for how my last woodfiring went.
The Pottery portfolio pages have also all been updated with my latest work with the newest pots featured first.
If you want to know more about me or find an outlet for my work then check out the Information page.
If you want a kiln built or advice about firing - then please get in touch. I've built wood and oil kilns for myself and clients, including anagama, bourry, dutch oven, salt and soda kilns. I also have experimented with a variety of performance kiln.
In 2015 Charade and I moved to Rahu Road and started building our pottery. Check out pottery website and blog for more information - especially about the workshops we run.
I’ve been waiting for the weather to change, for the endless dry to give in and let come rain through. But at the same time I needed pots fired, so...
My last firing on the 9th November was the quickest on record, coming in at 11.5 hours. This was due to the wood all being dry pallet boards with few...