Crazy About Raku Collection
Glazed Raku firing is a dynamic process, and so much fun for me to teach. My raku work is primarily wheel thrown, then bisque fired in my electric kiln, masked, glazed and then raku fired in my backyard kiln to around 1850 degrees. Once the glaze melts, pieces are removed from the kiln while red hot and placed into reduction bins with combustibles that ignite immediately. Carbon reduction changes the character of the glazes over the next 20 minutes or so, yielding blacks on bare clay and lustres on glazed surfaces. Craze lines are common, and this work is purely functional.
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