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Sheep

One of my slab constructed geometric animals.

FIRING PROCESS: After making the piece and the work the has been 'Bisque Fired' the work is masked/waxed or latex resisted, if required. Coats of glaze are then applied by dipping, pouring or brushing. The next process is to fire in one of my Raku kilns to a temperature of around 900-1000 degrees C. Once the glazes have melted and take on the look of a hot toffee-apple, the work is removed from the kiln and the fantastic effects are achieved by the reduction technique. left to cool and than buried in the sawdust of for a high lustre placed in sawdust and buried straight away.

Specifications

  • REF: 444
  • Size: 130(w) x 45(D) x 90(h) mm (approx.)
Price: £45.00
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Sheep

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Eddie Kent Ceramics

1 Lynway Cottages
Lynbridge
Lynton
North Devon
EX35 6BA

Tel: 01494 958396
Mobile: 07885 816762

info@eddiekentceramics.com

Upcoming Events

Lyn Valley Arts and Craft Centre

16 February - 23 December 2019

A fantastic local venue that I will be selling a range of my work through the year along side a wide range of local arts and crafts, well worth a visit.

Longwick School Art Exhibition

23 - 24 February 2019

I will be exhibiting in the 15th Longwick School Art Exhibition and will be showing a selection of my 'Mechanical Space' works, hand built and highly carved raku fired pieces with heavy reduction. Plus smaller pieces from my 'Geometric Animal' range and my renowened Wishing Stones including the new 2019 shapes.

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