Wood fired and soda fired pots really add a new dimension to the selection of pottery available in our showroom.
Wood and soda firings are long (as much as 40 hours!) processes and require several potters to contribute enough work to fill the kiln, and then many helping hands to finish the firing of the kiln.
The results are beautiful earthy pottery that show the effects of ash or soda floating around the kiln at high temperatures, and then settling on the shoulders of the pottery to produce amazing glaze effects. .
Wood fired mugs take uniqueness to a new level. The process of wood firing makes beautiful, but highly unpredictable effects!
About the size of a generous shot glass, Yunomi are the perfect size for a comforting taste of bourbon!
This view shows the kilns and firebox at the Scott Creek Collaborative , where Elliott joins other potters to fill and fire the anagama kiln
From kiln construction to firing and cleaning the pottery, Elliott has shared in the experiences of the Scott Creek Collaborative