Tales of the goings on at Hollyford Pottery, near the tiny village of Stockleigh English in Devon, England
When I was at the Northern Clay Center in Minnesota in May I ran into Lee Love. He was on his way out to a firing, and I think it was there at Craig Edwards. Lee has a blog and apprenticed with Shimoka. I don't know the blog address at the moment. Anyhow, neat that you found this. Connections, connections.I guess we were both standing in front of a glaze bucket at the same time at some point today.
hey boys, I came across Lee Love in my never ending quest for the kiln I next want to build, easy name to remember that one.. anywho this is the address he directed me to http://public.fotki.com/togeika/my_kiln/
Ang, Cool that Lee turned you on to the kiln photos. I have thought about that kiln too. I like that both fireboxes are in the front. No running around the kiln to put wood in. Micki Schloessingk from Wales had a kiln similar to that and did salt glazing in it for a long time.What are your thoughts on that design Doug??
I came across himon Andrew's blog a while ago - famous and he doesn't know it!I'll have a look at that kiln later, just got in from the w/s - knackered!
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