From the Belly of the Dragon

After firing for over 32 hours, we were eager to see our pieces. Here’s a peek into the belly of the dragon.

It required some effort to break the sealed doorways and the damper wall before we get a good view of the fired pieces.



Pieces from Chambers 4 and 2.

A closer look at the clay pieces.


A variation of textures bearing the effects of intense flame, fly-ash and salt – unique only to wood-firing.


Posted by CLim

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