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  1. “High Risk High Reward†Woodfiring the Fushigigama A group exhibition of selected works by the people who have participated in the firings of the New Hampshire Institute of Art's Fushigigama anagama-style kiln over the past 3 years. Work is included from faculty, undergrad and grad students, community education students, and some others who have been invited to fire work in the kiln. Fushigigama is an anagama style kiln designed by NHIA Professor John Baymore, and built by members of his kiln building class in a two week period during the summer of 2014. While still being an anagama-style unit, it is designed to have the ability to be fired smokeless and also with no plume of flame at the top of the chimney. "We’re fired up for this breathtaking display of works fired in NHIA’s Fushigigama woodkiln at our Sharon Campus. This is a celebration of our emerging local woodfiring community as they share their excitement about the dynamic work that can come from this enigmatic firing practice. As the process of firing the Fushigigama is a long, complex and demanding endeavor; it is necessarily a collective effort, bringing together a diverse range of creative ideas and exchanges. A broad group of students, faculty, alumnae, and local artists have created engaging functional and sculptural ceramic works all fired in the Fushigigama. The work and the overall exhibition demonstrate an elegant balance of the individual creative process with the mark of the fire and the collaborative nature of woodfiring large kilns." This exhibition is free, open to the public and handicap accessible. For more information contact exhibitions@nhia.edu. The exhibition is scheduled to open at the Sharon Arts Center Gallery, in Peterborough, NH on August 18th from 5-7 PM, and runs through September 17th. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 11am-4pm Sharon Arts Gallery 30 Grove Street Peterborough, NH
  2. John Baymore Bottle 2 detail

    From the album Images For Misc. Posts

    This is a detail shot of the surface on the bottom of Bottle 2.
  3. John Baymore Bottle 2

    From the album Images For Misc. Posts

    This is the first bottle shown in a discussion thread.
  4. John Baymore Bottle

    From the album Images For Misc. Posts

    A more formal image of the bottle mentioned in a posting thread.
  5. John Baymore's Woodfired Chawan (Front)

    From the album John Baymore's Clay Work

    This woodfired Chawan with an iron slip and an American Shino glaze is part of an invitational exhibition at the England Center Gallery in Beebe Arkansas from May 2017 thru July 2017. This exhibition features Emerging Artists in Arkansas, and they have each invited one individual who has been a significant influence on their work. I was honored to have Bobby Lindsay ask me to show with him. Bobby took my pre-NCECA workshop in 2016 about making Chawan.

    © 2017 John Baymore -all rights reserved

  6. From the album Images For Misc. Posts

    Announcement for solo exhibition in February and March of 2017.

    © 2017 - John Baymore - all rights reserved

  7. Wood Fired Bisque 06-04

    Can anyone give me a tips on wood fired bisque ^06-04 with pieces to be glazed later. I want to experiment using my wood-fired trash can raku kiln which can reach an ^08 temp. in an hour.
  8. Gourd Shaped Vase (2)

    From the album John Baymore's Clay Work

    Second view of same vase . Wood fired yakishime (unglazed) gourd shaped vase form with shizenyu (natural ash deposits) and light koge (encrusted black carbonized ash). American shino glaze inside. This vase will be in an exhibition (with catalog) in Jingdezhen, People's Republic of China in conjunction wit the I.S.C.A.E.E. symposium in October of 2015. In the Tsinghua University collection in Beijing.

    © Copyright John Baymore - all rights reserved

  9. Gourd Shaped Vase

    From the album John Baymore's Clay Work

    Wood fired yakishime (unglazed) gourd shaped vase form with shizenyu (natural ash deposits) and light koge (encrusted black carbonized ash). American shino glaze inside. This vase will be in an exhibition (with catalog) in Jingdezhen, People's Republic of China in conjunction wit the I.S.C.A.E.E. symposium in October of 2015. In the Tsinghua University collection in Beijing.

    © Copyright John Baymore - all rights reserved

  10. two gestural bottles

    From the album Wood Fired Work

    © Lori Rollason

  11. Two standing bottles

    From the album Wood Fired Work

    © Lori Rollason

  12. two ashy bottles, fired on their sides

    From the album Wood Fired Work

    © Lori Rollason

  13. tall bottle with shino glaze

    From the album Wood Fired Work

    © Lori Rollason

  14. Small wood fired bottle with shino glaze

    From the album Wood Fired Work

    © LoriRollason

  15. Wood Fired Yunomi

    From the album Wood Fired

    This is a twice fired cup that started out as a shino cup from a cone 10 reduction kiln. It just seemed like it was lacking something special that I new it had in it, so I put it in a protected spot in the firebox of a wood fired kiln. The intense atmosphere of the fire box offered this cup a second chance to become the special one from that firing.
  16. Wood fired stoneware with shino glaze

    From the album Wood Fired

    This cup was side fired on shells, the ash build up ran nicely down the finger grooves.
  17. Wood fired carbon trap detail

    From the album Woodfire

    No glaze... Clay and kiln contribution only
  18. Sealing Leaky Cup

    This is probably a John b? First it's vitrified. It's wood fired with some grog. I think this clay is mostly laguna 900, or possibly a mutt mix of wood fired clays. Looks a bit bizen like. Picture to follow. While it's not hagi ware. I understand that if a piece of hagi-yaki piece continues to leak there are remedies. Like the starch or rice gruel treatments I had/ have beer in mind with this piece What is your technique / recipe for sealing I'll make more but it's a 2 to 6 month turn around time for for me to get woodfired pieces back. And I'm interested in the japanese way to seal even though it's not hagi ware.
  19. Small plate

    From the album Woodfire

    Self formulated, self made clay body. 1st test. I'm happy with it can't wait to see more pieces, maybe a lighter colored body, still flashes well.
  20. Small plate

    From the album Woodfire

    Self made Porcelaneous clay body, wood fired 3 days, flashing, ash glaze, glaze runs,carbon trapping,
  21. Guinomi

    From the album Woodfire

    Woodfired, Koge,
  22. (Warning this is me thinking out loud......again) No. 5 Ball Clay 50.00 kg Silica 20.00 kg Feldspar 30.00 kg I've see this recipe in different places for laguna cone 10 b mix. I thought these formula were secret and very proprietary. I'm taking slightly educated guesses at re formulating for cone 5 and wood firing. Any help is appreciated. (I'd fear the ceramic chemistry class.....) Cone 5 b mix guess Wild guess 50 #5 20. Silica 36. Feldspar Total 106 Ok basic knowledge says to increase feldspar to lower it to cone 5 b mix? (Which I'm told is really a cone 6 clay). What changes do you suggest to get this recipe down to cone 5? woodfired B mix guesstimation From what I've gleaned from the Internet helmer porcelain is king of flashing. I'm thinking replace a percentage of om4 with helmer porcelain and or combo of helmer epk. The porcelain addition will raise the maturity alone. Then slightly increasing feldspar to melt get the porcelain to mature. I'm thinking using the B mix ingredients as a base with addition of porcelain 30Helmer/epk 20 #5 20 silica 35 feldspar Total 105 Maybe + 3 percent bentonite or vee gum if necessary for plasticity
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