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May 20-23 2016



Ceramics Classes are tons of fun!

  • Raku Class- Occasionally, Earth and Fire hosts a Raku night. (All ages welcome, minors must be accompanied by an adult). No experience necessary. Bring your own bisqued pot, one will be available for a small fee. All you will need to do is glaze the pot, and wait the few hours it will take to fire. At the end of the evening, you will be able to take your pot home!

Cost: $25

Rakuyaki (楽焼), or Raku ware, is a style of Japanese pottery characterized by low firing temperatures and the removal of pieces from the kiln while still glowing hot. American potters added a "reduction" method to the hot ware, placing it in masses of combustible material to stain the outside with carbon. The results are unpredictable, but always exciting!

 

707-490-7168


2025 Finley Road East
Finley, Ca.

10325 Brookside Drive, Whispering Pines, Ca

--Classes Ongoing--

 

  • In Kelseyville, by Finley:
  • 2025 Finley Road East, across from the Kelseyville Lumber Truss Co.
  • Throwing and hand-building:
    Tuesday night - 6-8:00pm,
    Thursday nights - 6-8:00.
  • Classes are $60. a month per person.
  • Clay is $15. a 25 pound bag, and firing is one penny a cubic inch. A typical mug would beabout 50 cents. Glazes are included.
  • There is also a basic tool kit available for $15.

"Throwing or making pots on a potters' wheel is one of the most satisfying and nurturing activities I have known. Many people find it to be relaxing, and many find it to be a truly worthwhile creative outlet. There is a certain quiet satisfaction in using an object one has created oneself." -Gregg Lindsley


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(no pun intended!) Send in a picture of you and your favorite Earth and Fire pot and I'll put you up on the site!
This month: Jacob Sky


Tea lover Jacob Sky enjoys his Earth and Fire bowl! Thanks Jacob Sky! (past pic archives)


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