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June Ridgway | Smoke-fired vessel (2012). "Coiling is my preferred handbuilding technique because of the slower considered pace; scraping and fettling as the pot takes shape. Burnishing then forms an irresistible tactile satin finish before bisquing. Pieces are then placed in saggars with copper, salt and sawdust creating an atmosphere which leaves unique marks and colour on each and every pot. This aspect of the work is very exciting as the pot is handed over to the vagaries of the firing".

June Ridgway - Smoke-fired vessel - 2012 - Coiling handbuilding technique - Pieces are placed in saggars with copper, salt and sawdust creating unique marks and colour.

Stephan Maguire #ceramics #pottery

marbled clay pinchpot with small foot by stephan maguire

Lisa Hammond | Yunomi. - I want to learn pottery making

Lisa Hammond ceramics monograph with essay by David Whiting and photographs by Jay Goldmark

Trussed Pot, Small

:Anthropologie white clay vases -I love the design for these two pieces layering the clay like that makes me think of a dress with frills Do they add layers or do they carve it out to make it look layered?

Hawaiian artist... volcano inspired.

The Flame by Kay Lynne Sattler. Sattler makes pit fired coil pots with gold leaf inspired by the volcanic forms of her home in Hawaii.