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radius250 2015

May 22 - July 19, 2015

Paul Terrell, Moseley, VA

There are a variety of rhythms inherent with Raku fired ceramics. Clay is worked through various stages before bisque firing. Glazes are made from scratch with raw materials. The work is glazed for the Raku firing, which is accomplished by raising temperatures rapidly, pulling work from the kiln at 1850 degrees Fahrenheit. Cherry red pieces are immersed in combustible materials which are smothered, reducing the oxygen. Finally, opening the reduction chamber yields serendipitous results. Ideas form through processing earth, water, air, and fire. The paradox of my method is the structure of intention and the random nature of chance.




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