Firing the Anagama kiln
Firing begins once the loading is complete. A small bonfire is the beginning of what will eventually become a forty-foot flame with temperatures exceeding 2400 degrees Fahrenheit. Stoking of the fire takes place 24 hours a day for three days, and consists of three eight-hour shifts. The kiln is stoked with red pine.
If you are interested in learning more about the wood fired ceramics workshop, or would like to attend, please contact Mike Weber at email@example.com or call 715-774-3707.