Woodfire Tas 2011: the Nubeena firing -  results

SideStoke home | Nubeena firing 1 | Nubeena firing 2 | Zoe and Dave's nursery


A platter which survived the snotter attack (Arthur Rosser)

Teapot with shell enhanced comet (Carol Rosser)

The pale ash on the side of the handle on this mug, and the almost black ash effect on the top of the handle, are the sort of surface incidents that will be appreciated when the mug is in use. (Carol Rosser)




Clay body with a pleasing colour development.
Photo: Gil Burgoyne

Clay body for this bright flashing was a mixture of equal parts of Southern Ice and Clayworks RSF. (Mon Slinn)








Left: Two of Conrad Calimpong's sake cups, photographed from different directions. These were made using a clay from the US, with added "sand". The dark wad mark on the cup at lower left is due to a high iron clay we brought from Eungella - our whole property consists of this stuff.  At first I thought the grey ash effect on the cup at lower right was new to us but since coming home I have found similar effects on some pots fired here.

Mug with surface incident induced by placing a shell in contact with the side of the pot. (Arthur Rosser)

Bowl made from a body with a Skardon River kaolin component. The interior has an red shino (iron red) liner, the colour of which closely matches the colour of the flashing on the exterior bare body. (Carol Rosser)

SideStoke home | Nubeena firing 1 | Nubeena firing 2 | Zoe and Dave's nursery