This category is for individual ceramic artists working primarily in the Raku technique.
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Raku artist. Includes images, a biography, glaze recipes and articles about the technique, and an article about marketing ceramics.
Contemporary handbuilt raku fired shoes, cats, clocks, and vessels by South Florida artist, and a listing of galleries carrying her work.
Ceramics and Computer Arts
Karen LeVier displays images of her raku vessels, sculpture and computer artwork, and an explanation of raku.
Claygirl of California
Images of raku works, functional and decorative. Also a biography, glossary, and information on the firing process.
Hand-crafted pottery by Davis Lanthripe.
Gary R. Ferguson
Work by Raku artist. Includes biography, gallery, glaze recipes, a schedule of upcoming events, photographs of the process, and books.
Raku fired work by New Hampshire artist includes orbs, clay pictures, story pieces, and figures.
Gallery of Gabriella Bartlau includes raku and stoneware jars, tea bowls, jewelry and soap dishes as well as general information on raku history and techniques.
Lynn Dee Studios
Washington-based artist creates hand thrown raku pottery with sculptural attachments and brushwork of glazes and metallic oxides. Portfolio, biography, process and exhibitions.
Myra Wishart Ceramics & Glass
Online gallery featuring Raku, smoked ceramic vessels and masks influenced by the Taureg tribes in North Africa.
Raku fired ceramic pottery and sculpture at Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, California.
The Pottery of Christopher Williams
Illustrations and description of the raku process, biography of the artist and online gallery of work.
Rob Sollis Ceramics
Refined forms, thrown and burnished then finished with glazes and raku processes. Some recent pieces with industrial looking finishes.
Sculpture by Mark Yudell
Small sculptures, teapots, and vessels. Includes galleries, artist's biography, and information on the raku firing process.
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