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|My sculpture and clay vessels begin with a bisque firing of 1850º in an electric kiln. Followed by applications of copper patinas, the individual pieces are buried in hardwood sawdust inside a ventilated metal chamber. The sawdust is ignited and burns over a 6-to-24 hour period -- depending on weather conditions. The multitude of color variations on the vessel’s surface is a direct result of the smoking and smoldering sawdust. Each vessel is unique, impossible to duplicate, and highly collectable.|
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