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The Works

CURRENT WORK | RAKU ARCHIVE | GLAZE ARCHIVE | WOODFIRE ARCHIVE

RAKU ARCHIVE

The raku method is often a favourite of beginners because it is done outdoors and relies on rapid temperature changes to produce dramatic effects. Pots are placed in an already warmed kiln and only left long enough for the glaze to melt before the pots are removed and rapidly cooled. This is one of the reasons raku produces its distinctive, cracked or "crazed" effect.

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