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Hot Glazing Pottery in the Wood Kiln: The Big Stir

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Uploaded on Sep 10, 2009

This is a video of me and David Stuempfle from his summer 2009 firing. We fire unglazed local stonewares for 100+ hours in a 30' long wood kiln. Despite using 15 cords of wood during the firing, we help the ash accumulation along by orchestrating big shakes. Over the course of an hour we burn large slabs and work our way down to smaller wood to create a big pile of fine embers. When everything is set, we rake the embers into a pile, kicking any big chunks off to the sides, and use a long piece of wood to fling the ash all over the place. We repeat this at least a half dozen times which results in big drips and heavy deposits of melted wood ash.

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