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  • Scott Stockdale Raku Fired w/ Salts 1

Raku Fired w/ Salts 1

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The light airy blue accented by warm touches looks as if a jewel of the sea has been risen to the surface . crafted by North carolina artist Scott Stackdale this vessel is a lovely creation.

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Saggar Firing was first used by the Chinese to keep wood ash off of their beautiful celadon glazed pottery when firing with a wood-burning kiln. My saggar-fired pieces are fired in a gas kiln, but we now use these same saggars in reverse, in that the pottery is placed inside the saggar containing combustible materials to color its surface. The results of each firing are different, and like raku, there are no two pieces of saggar pottery alike due to the fact that the potter does not have total control over the patterns that are created inside it. While the results of Saggar firing cannot be fully controlled, I have learned ways of influencing serendipity to achieve my desired results.

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