Blue Lidded Raku Vessel
13.5"H x 9.5"W
This blue lidded vessel was developed using the raku firing technique. It was first created on the potter's wheel before being fired in the bisque kiln and cooled. Once the pottery is cooled, I apply the different proprietary glazes by spraying, pouring or painting them on. The pottery is then raku fired and cooled. The post firing reduction part of the process causes the glazes, the colors and textures to be drastically altered. My glaze combinations and firing techniques ensure each raku ceramic is completely different from the rest. All of my glazes recipes are developed by myself, which adds a more personal touch to my raku pottery.
This particular piece was inspired by the incredible landscape vistas that I see daily at my home studio in the Smoky Mountains near Weaverville, NC.
To learn more about raku pottery and my process please visit my raku firing page and please contact me if you would like more information. If you’re visiting Western North Carolina, contact Sherry at Art Connections Tours for a tour of my pottery studio.
Please see here for more of my raku vessels.