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Experimenting with the Ukrainian method of washing a fired pot in milk, then bringing it to about 600Â°F and holding it there until the desired color is reached.
This bowl was thrown from Runyan K-4 Multi-Purpose Red Brown Body, and fired to cone 04 prior to milk treatment. Following the milk fire, it was treated with a generous coating of beeswax and olive oil (2 parts wax, 1 part oil melted together) then heated to 200Â°F to allow the wax to soak in. Heating it released all the little bits of terry towel fluff that got caught in the wax upon application, and they just brushed off with a light buffing.
From my first sculpture that I was honored to present a hand sculpted gift from Northwest Vista Art Department to Japans's Living Treasure The Master Of Kyudo, to making a beautiful lace porcelain bowls . Hope you enjoy visually the joy I feel in making every single piece.