I have been a soda glaze and Shino potter and lecturer for 40 years. Producing high temperature soda glaze functional ware, in the broadest sense, raw glazing using slip and a pallet of firing schedules gives the work its rich colour and texture. In recent years I have developed a range of work ‘Soda Shino’ inspired by Mino pots of Japan. I use Shino glazes fired alongside the slipware pots in the soda kiln.
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