Monday, April 2, 2012

Building an Anagama With Kids

Ok... Facebook drives me nutz, but it defiantly has it's upside. Constantly finding amazing educators and artists like Chiaping Lu in Taiwan makes me rethink deleting my account.

This looks like a very cool project, I'm very curios how it fires. (I'd love to push through a load to find out...)























Amazingly beautiful small anagama, eh?

8 comments:

Linda Starr said...

You found this on facebook, who knew, amazingly wonderful for sure.

Laura said...

It's beautiful

Eli Pastafangs said...

I feel exactly the same about facebook...I thought so many times about quiting but... such amazing things like this happen there! C-:

JUDI TAVILL said...

Its awesome. Do they mud it up with regular cement or do you think it is special?

angela walford said...

beautiful indeed and so many more photos on FB thanks for the trip down the rabbit hole :))

yolande clark said...

Oh...I feel exactly the same way about fb! And I also saw this link on fb--a diamond in the rough. Sigh. A friend of mine posted a link to an article in the Guardian discussing the 5 most common regrets of the dying. Joining fb? Spending so much time on fb? ick. I feel a constant push/pull when it comes to all of this stuff...I guess I should go out and build an anagama with my husband and kids.... happy Spring!

Joe Troncale said...

That is SOOOOOOO cool! It gives me hope for making an anagama someday! As you said, I wonder how well it would work?

Susan Wells said...

Thanks so much for this post! Yes, a beautiful kiln. Wouldn't I love to build one too.