Thursday, October 14, 2010

Unloading kiln 10/13

2nd chamber
We unloaded kiln last night and we got good results. Cone 10 down all spot and some parts got 11 down. Very efficient, easier and clean wood firing. 

3rd chamber

pots pots and pots
Large work will be sent to the Cub Creek Foundation for the Ceramics Arts and there will be the Cub Creek Exhibition at Coe College, Ceder Rapids, Iowa. Cub Creek studio is where Takuro and I were residency artists in 2003, and it's established by John Jessiman who is one of the best Ceramic educator in US.. More info about Cub Creek:
website  http://www.cubcreek.org/
Blog  http://www.cubcreek.blogspot.com/

4 comments:

Hollis Engley said...

It's great to see you get good results from that new kiln. Congratulations!

deanandmartinpottery said...

Firing looks great. Glad to see the kiln is firing better with each load. Sorry I could not get by to see them in person. Hope all is well with all you guys. Good luck with the Cub Creek show. Congrats!

cookingwithgas said...

great firing- I bet Master Ken was a big help!

Hitomi said...

Thank you for your comments, everyone!