Pit Fired Porcelain

Porcelain is slaked down and cotton lint is added to the mix. This creates paper porcelain clay. The clay is pinched and formed into the sculptures. When dry it is bisque fired to cone 010. Then pit fired using copper oxides and some sea salt to create copper reads, the black is from absorbing the smoke and the white areas are the white of the porcelain. Pit firing is not an exact science so no two pieces have the same surface coloring.

Sharing a Friendship
A Perfect Fit
Mother and Child
Free Form Pit Fired Sculpture
Pit Fired Porcelain Pot
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Sharing a Friendship

Sharing a Friendship

Two friends sharing a bowl of friendship to warm their hearts.

5"H x 6"W x 3"D

“$100 Contact for Availability “

Photo by Jane Kavanagh Morton

A Perfect Fit

A Perfect Fit

Two friends have found their soul mate. A perfect fit.

3"H x 3"W x 2"D

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Photo by Jane Kavanagh Morton

Mother and Child

Mother and Child

3"H x 4"W x 2"D

“$100 Call for availability “

Photo by Jane Kavanagh Morton

Free Form Pit Fired Sculpture

Free Form Pit Fired Sculpture

This piece is fragile

3"H x 8"W x 2"D

“$100 Contact for Availability “

Photo by Jane Kavanagh Morton”

Pit Fired Porcelain Pot

Pit Fired Porcelain Pot

4"H x 3"W x 3"D

“$75 Contact for Availability “

Photo by Jane Kavanagh Morton