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Hand-crafted, artistically created, functional pottery by Scott
and Geri Wilson.
"Naked Raku" Ceramics, exploring the influence of fire
and smoke on the bare clay, without the use of glaze hiding the
Hand built ceramic gargoyles, grotesques and other sculptures, raku
fired, by an Australian artist.
Raku Ceramics. Includes a gallery and online purchasing.
Raku - experiences and info.
Carlson, Robert E.
This site is professionally crafted and features Robert's excellent
raku vessels, basket forms and other objects.
Ceramic Firing Techniques
Find out about Black Firing, Pit-Firing, Raku and more!
Clay Art Pottery
Showcasing the handbuilt sculptural vessels of Vicki Hardin who
fires with raku and pitfire techniques.
Denny Means' website includes a series of photos on Raku kiln building
and a brief "workshop manual" on making pots for raku
firing. Workshop students have found the manual to be a great resource
for them in making raku pots.
Beautiful ceramic samurai and native masks by David "Dakan" Allison.
Hand painted and raqu fired.
Deal, Dave & Boni
Gary specializes in wheel-thrown Raku fired pottery.
You See It Then You Don't
Article on technical aspects of Raku by chemical engineer Tom Buck.
Ceramic art, especially raku, from Lut Geenen's workshop in Turnhout/Belgium.
British raku artist.
A raku technique using horsehair, developed by Audrey Skeen.
a Dutch ceramist, using mainly raku techniques. On this site you
can learn more about this artist, her method of working and view
examples of her work. Bilingual English/Dutch.
Jim Lux Pottery
Raku Pottery located in Durham, NC, USA.
British studio potter and teacher making raku-fired vessels decorated
with characteristic bold lines and metallic lustres.
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