Golden Blossom Pottery
- Raku is a firing method developed in the 16th century. An extra step is added to the method to create the stunning golden/orange colour
of my work. The unpredictable variables involved in the post firing process gives each pot its own unique character.
Raku fired pots are porous, the glaze naturally cracked, and at times the smoke residue is left on to enhance its appearance.
- Jon Almeda is a potter who specializes in small scale ceramics.
Internationally collected. His work has been featured in various galleries,
museums and publications. Jon is a fellow of IGMA.
Gary Ferguson ~ Raku Artist
- Gallery of Raku Artwork including a huge collection of raku glaze
One of a kind fine art raku vessels, low fire salt sculpture, functional
dinner cooking ware and tile murals by hand from stoneware and earthenware
Hardin Clay Art Pottery
- Showcasing the hand built
vessels of Vicki Hardin who fires with raku
and pit fire techniques.
James and Kathleen Fox,pottery and ceramic art.
- Handthrown pottery from Jim and Kay Fox. Raku,stoneware and crystal
glazed pots made on the wheel in their Northern California Studio.
- Raku pottery.
- Raku artistry
by Michelle Johnson.
- Portfolio of
- MJC Pottery
specializes in hand-thrown raku. Each piece is created with care by
Michael-John Cordary. He throws each pot, mixes all glazes, and fires each.
Raku Art Inc. is a ceramic manufacturer of raku fired ware.
Pottery at Clouds
Clouds Porcelain in San Francisco.
Raku Pottery by Dave and Boni Deal
Pottery by Nathan Bray Ceramics
Nathan Bray is a young potter from Laguna Beach California who specializes
in hand thrown Raku pottery.
Happy Raku Fish are available in a variety of personalities and color