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From the album: Kilns designed/constructed by John BaymoreA wood fired climbing kiln that was fired in the Longwood Avenue section of Brookline (part of Boston) for many years. Afterburners on the chimney controlled the smoke outside the kiln building.
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I think I've betrayed my interested in Korean onggi with my first post on the forum. It is among my favourite pottery traditions. I love it so much I'm making a sincere effort to incorporate its philosophies into my work--using what's around you to produce a clay body and glaze. To that end, I've been working up a clay body from clay from my property and a glaze from ash from firewood scavenged from the land. I've made progress, but I've got a lot of tweaking to go. The last step is a kiln. The korean kilns seem to be made from the very same clay as the clay body. At least, that's