Vertical Winged Raku Vessel
9"W x 6"D x 16.5"H
This brilliant raku pottery piece was built using a thrown bisque mold and torn slabs of clay. Once it was removed from the mold, it was altered. The colors in my raku pottery derive from the special glazes and underglazes that I use. The body of this raku vessel is epoxied to the base. Of course, both the body and base are raku fired.
I develop all of my glaze recipes myself, which to me makes the work more intimate and more personal. The glazes are then poured, painted or sprayed on my ceramics. As with all of my raku pottery, no two pieces are alike!
This dynamic raku pottery sculpture is part of a series of winged raku vessels. It was hand built using the raku firing process. Not what you are looking for? See all my available raku pottery sculptures.
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