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  1. Guest

    John Baymore Bottle 2

    From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    This is the first bottle shown in a discussion thread.
  2. Guest

    John Baymore Bottle

    From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    A more formal image of the bottle mentioned in a posting thread.
  3. Guest

    FiredBottle Summer2017 1024

    From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    This is the bottle form right after unloading from the firing.
  4. From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    This is the bottle that is shown in a discussion thread sitting in the anagama with the coating of oribe glaze applied over the modified clay body.
  5. From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    Hardwood charcoal is introduced on top of the wares on the last step of Fushigigama once the stoking is complete...at about cone 12-13. Then the kiln is sealed up and the burning charcoal causes reduction cooling effects. The charcoal tends to pop and sizzle into sparks....which you see in this clip.
  6. From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    The last step of Fushigigama has ports to introduce hardwood charcoal (not charcoal briquettes!) directly onto the load of ware. This is done at the peak of the firing just after ceasing stoking wood and just before sealing up the kiln. Here you can see the general process.
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    Pyromania!

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    We make pots so we can play with FIRE!
  8. From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    View in one of the side stoke ports during the firing. Note the wood laying right on the pieces.
  9. From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    The early stage of the summer 2017 Fushigigama firing.
  10. Guest

    FushigigamaLoad Summer2017

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    Front step loading of the summer 2017 firing of Fushigigama.
  11. From the album: Images For Misc. Posts

    This handbuilt bottle form shows the marks left by Josh Query's "manmade "seashells". The mix is 50% plaster, 50% whiting, and salt water to mix the stuff up with. Josh wanted shapes of marks that were more rectilinear than what naturally happens with scallop shells. Was fired in the spring 2017 firing of New Hampshire Institute of Art's #Fushigigama. Was in the last rear stack of shelves.

    © 2017 - Josh Query -all rights reserved

  12. Guest

    PostWaddingExample Anagama

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    Example of post wadding in an anagama.
  13. From the album: Kilns designed/constructed by John Baymore

    A large 'hybrid' design of a Japanese anagama and a US southestern groundhog kiln concept built in Japan.

    © 2009 J. Baymore - all rights reserved

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    Smokeless Anagama NHIA 2014

    From the album: Kilns designed/constructed by John Baymore

    Anagama built in 2 weeks during the summer of 2014 by students in my kiln design and operation class at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. It fires completely smokeless and flameless at the top of the chimney.

    © 2014 John Baymore

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    Smokeless Anagama NHIA 2014

    From the album: Kilns designed/constructed by John Baymore

    Anagama built in 2 weeks during the summer of 2014 by students in my kiln design and operation class at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. It fires completely smokeless and flameless at the top of the chimney.

    © 2014 John Baymore

  16. Guest

    Smokeless Anagama NHIA 2014

    From the album: Kilns designed/constructed by John Baymore

    Anagama built in 2 weeks during the summer of 2014 by students in my kiln design and operation class at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. It fires completely smokeless and flameless at the top of the chimney.

    © 2014 John Baymore

  17. Guest

    Smokeless Anagama NHIA 2014

    From the album: Kilns designed/constructed by John Baymore

    Anagama built in 2 weeks during the summer of 2014 by students in my kiln design and operation class at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. It fires completely smokeless and flameless at the top of the chimney.

    © 2014 John Baymore

  18. Guest

    Smokeless Anagama NHIA 2014

    From the album: Kilns designed/constructed by John Baymore

    Anagama built in 2 weeks during the summer of 2014 by students in my kiln design and operation class at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. It fires completely smokeless and flameless at the top of the chimney.

    © 2014 John Baymore

  19. From the album: High Fire

    Loaded with ash crystals from being in just the right spot in Mark Goertzen's kiln, Dante.
  20. From the album: High Fire

    This delicious cup was fired for 96 hours in Justin Rothshank's anagama in Goshen, IN.
  21. From the album: Wood Fired Work

    © Lori Rollason

  22. From the album: Wood Fired Work

    © Lori Rollason

  23. From the album: Wood Fired Work

    © Lori Rollason

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