Saturday, 28 November, 2015

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Carol and Arthur Rosser


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We are potters and conservationists living in a rural location in tropical Australia. Long woodfirings in our anagama yield natural ash effects as in the images below. Wood is used in the salt-glaze kilns for economy and for the pleasure of the process.

Description: Anagama and woodfire saltglaze activities of potters Carol and Arthur Rosser
Images of woodfired ceramics

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