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These ceramic vessels were formed on the potter's wheel, trimmed, and coated with a slip and burnished to a shine. After bisque firing in an electric kiln, the piece was wrapped with salt soaked straw and wood fired in a pit with sawdust, hardwood, and other combustibles.

The shapes are simple and organic in nature. This primitive firing technique yields spontaneous results and no two pieces are ever the same.

Pit Fired
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