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CURVES & GROOVES Follow the link below to a Flickr slideshow of a few of my pieces from each of the past ten firings of Scott Parady’s Anagama in Pope Valley. The kiln is fired twice a year and each firing lasts between 7-10 days depending on the surface development. January 2009 is now included! You can also visit my flickr page to view images in chronological sets.

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2 Comments

    • Anonymous
    • Posted April 3, 2009 at 12:03
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    Fantastic images of your work Jules.

    • Anonymous
    • Posted April 3, 2009 at 12:03
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    it’s a new form of petrology –
    the metaclay.. the earth.. unearthed.
    ..as though ancient & buried, dug deep,
    and brought here.. by your hands.
    *textured, rich, soaked, scorched, new.
    i love your work jules, love.it.


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