Monday, July 4, 2016
Wood firing gives many varying results. There are many reasons for this, too many to delve into since this isn't the purpose of this post. One of the places in the kiln that yield some interesting results is the firebox. It may not be the aesthetic of the populous, but it has its merits. Perhaps more of an interest with those collectors who see process as being on equal footing with all their other considerations, if looked at with a more opened mind, there is beauty within the surface to be discovered by the least suspecting viewer. Here are four guinomi that have varying effects as the result of having been in contact with the coals,ash, and heat within the firebox.