Spring Creek Clay,Etc
Rice Lake, WI
2017 booth # 92
I do Raku pottery and add horsehair to each piece- Underglazes are added to the pot before it is bisque fired-A clear glaze is used on the pot so the underglaze colors will come through- After the hot pot comes out of the glaze kiln horsehair is added creating a carbon trail design. When my Raku pots dry I spray them with colored underglazes. After bisque firing, I paint a clear glaze on the pot; this allows the underglaze color to come through, When the hot pot comes out of the glaze kiln I put it in a bucket of sawdust then apply horsehair.
Born and raised in Stoughton Wisconsin. I graduated from UW-Eau Claire with a BA in 1969 and from UW-Superior with a MA in 1975. Taught art in the Rice Lake Wisconsin School District for 33 years. Retired in 2002 and have been making lots of pots ever since. I am blessed with a wonderful understanding family. Life is GOOD !!