Friday October 11 -- Kiln loading
Saturday October 12 - Firing from predawn until night
Tuesday October 15, 10:00 a.m. start - Unloading ceramic wares after cool down.
*Please check back closer to the date, if the U.S. government closes down, we may need to postpone the date.
Creating in clay was really popular this summer. All three summer school sessions filled. Here is a small sample of student work.
It was a hot day to fire a kiln, reaching 100 degrees in Lowell, but the wood fire was a success.
Student work mixed with Professor Yary's work in this firing.
The wood fire patina on Yary's lion is from side stoking small pieces of wood directly over the piece.
Yary Livan and Jacqui Miller, Pyne Arts art teacher, celebrate with students after Yary's semester long artist residency.
This is but one table of the many that lined the cafeteria, one for each grade, displaying students ceramics.
This fish sculpture was fired in the wood kiln.
While this one was fired in an electric kiln.