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  1. A friend of mine and I were having a discussion about my horsehair raku pottery and how much he liked my work. He told me he had his folks' ashes in cardboard boxes on a shelf in his garage and was wondering if I'd be interested in making a couple of horsehair Raku urns for him...incorporating some of the ashes in or on the finished piece. I can't see where or how I'd be able to put the ashes ON the finished piece but thought that it might be possible to incorporate the ashes into the clay body itself, either wedging the ash into the clay or possibly pressing the ashes into the surface of the
  2. From the album: JohnnyK

    First commissioned Horsehair Raku piece

    © John Klunder

  3. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is the bottom view, again with my signature.
  4. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is just a different angle of the same piece.
  5. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    Last but not least, this is my smallest Raku piece and belongs with the previous Raku piece as a set.
  6. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is the bottom view showing my signature, and the last pic of this piece.
  7. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is one of two Raku pots I made that are kind of a set. This is the larger of the two. I only call them a set because they are similar in size and shape.
  8. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is just the bottom view of my biggest Raku piece.
  9. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This was the last Raku piece I made and I don't know if I'll make any more in the future, mainly because Raku is very gritty and no so easy to work with.
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