Japanese Pottery Glaze Effects And Kiln Methods

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Japanese Pottery Glaze Effects And Kiln Methods
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Portland Art Museum says
Have you ever wondered how Japanese potters achieve their amazing glaze effects? More than in any other ceramic tradition, Japanese artists love to exploit accidents of the firing process – something they call yohen, or “kiln changes.”

We’ve invited three outstanding Oregon potters who work with traditional Japanese techniques to speak and show their works at the Museum this weekend. Learn about anagama (climbing, chambered kilns), the wood firing process, glazes and more!

Who: Rob Lamb (see http://www.roblambceramics.com/)
Ken Pincus (see http://pincuspotterystudio.com/)
Ruri (see http://ruriclaywork.us/)

Where: Miller Gallery, Mark Building, PAM
When: Sunday, July 19 at 2 p.m.

Open to the public. No charge for admission.
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By: Portland Art Museum

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