Joe Lawrence

Joe sculpts each piece in clay, it is then allowed to dry for about a week.

If using colour he paints anything that needs painting with underglaze colours.

He then fires each piece in a conventional electric kiln to about 1000 degrees celsius.

After cooling they are now ready for glazing and the raku firing process.

This involves heating the now biscuit fired pieces to roughly 1000 degrees celsius, removing them at that temperature and placing in sawdust - the pieces are then quenched in water.

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