Using the ancient Japanese method of Raku, each wall hanging is removed from the kiln when it reaches a temperature of 1400 degrees Fahrenheit and immediately plunged into combustible sawdust. The smoke and flames interact with the glaze creating shimmering metallic colors.
One should take great care in the display and cleaning of raku, as it is a delicate art form with sensitive surfaces. The copper base glaze is an ever changing contrast surface and it will take on the environment to which it is exposed.
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