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"Looking Into The Woodfire Community | Denise Joyal, Chris Landers, Lisa York, Tim Sherman | Episode 413"
We were interviewed by Paul Blais at NCECA Pittsburgh, back in 2018, after having our first Room Show. The Room Show was a pottery sale that Denise and I organized with invited artists Chris Landers, Tim Sherman, and Troy Bungart.
To quote Paul "So [the room show] was going to be the point of the conversation. As we got into this we ended up spending a significant amount of time talking about what it is like being a part of the woodfire pottery community."
Enjoy tuning into this episode and the other 500 plus pottery interview episodes on The Potter's Cast.
Soda Firing Theory: Altered & Carved Forms
I will be teaching a firing and making workshop at Community Arts Center in Wallingford, PA.
Time: 10:00 AM-4:00 PM EDT on Mon Tue Wed Th Fri
This workshop is an introduction to soda firing theory. Students will explore a variety of soda-fired surfaces on their own work. In addition to hands on thrown, altered and carved workshop making with the soda kiln in mind!
Day 1: Glazing demonstration and presentation on soda fired surfaces. Students glaze and wad their work
Day 2: Loading kiln and discussion
Day 3: Fire kiln and throwing demonstration
Day 4: Carving demonstration and unloading discussion
Day 5: Unloading the kiln and demonstrations on cleaning work
Well if you haven't heard from my social media posts... I'm moving.
As I get ready to move from Lyndon, IL to Milwaukee, WI I'm hosting a moving sale. Since I live relatively remote, I thought it would be easier to reach you all using my etsy store .
I have everything listed in my store for 15% off. I would much rather ship these functional ceramics to you directly, than pack and move them to Wisconsin. Since I am in a bit of a hurry packing up my studio, this sale will run through Easter.
Looking forward to sharing my experiences as I set up shop in Milwaukee.
Arches National Park: Delicate Arch Trail
Additional Tip: follow advice to wear spikes when there is snow or ice. The very last part of the trail has drop offs and we even saw skid marks of someone sliding off the trail earlier that morning!
Zion National Park: Angel's Landing
This is a strenuous 5 mile roundtrip hike with sheer drop offs. I do not recommend this hike for anyone with a fear of heights. Honestly, I am still a little surprised I did the hike in the snow...thankfully we rented some great yak spikes that made the hike doable.
If you are up to this challenging hike, it is extremely memorable and beautiful. We even saw a condor soaring at the peak.