Raku Sunrise Platter
16"W x 4"D | Wired for Hanging
This colorful platter was first inspired by the views from my home studio in the Smoky Mountains near Weaverville, NC.
Raku Pottery Platter
After bisque firing the piece in the kiln and cone cooled, the pattern is drawn on with a pencil. Using the pattern as a guide, I then apply my own underglazes and glazes in the desired areas. The glazes are sprayed, poured and/or painted on the pieces. My pottery glazes are proprietary using different combustibles which to me makes the process more intimate and personal. They are then fired in the raku kiln.
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