Risking Disaster to Grow

By | September 3rd, 2017|

This is a picture of my wife’s kiln just after cracking the top. When the temperature drops from about 1,800 degrees to 150 degrees, she nervously opens the top to see what occurred. Each piece is fired at least twice, once to harden the clay (called bisque firing) and again after glazing. Ordinarily, she finds [...]