Kiln(er): Friends and Kilns

Kilns are often hidden. As I say in describing this category they lack an online presence, but I might have it wrong when clicks lead to more clicking I end up slowly mentally mapping kilns across North America. For where there are kilns there are friends. Chris Pate certainly knows that and has posted photos and a small blurb about the kilns he has helped fire in Oregon. Check it!


Kiln(er): Kilns are often overlooked and certainly lack an online presence. They are a fundamental and endlessly interesting bit of the ceramic process. Thus under “kilner” (what I am affectionately referred to by a friend and what really perhaps all ceramists could be aptly called) we will explore the wonderful back breaking, hair singeing world of kilns.


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