Wood Kiln in the Woods

When driving down a county road, a large dome-shaped ceramics kiln is not the most common occurrence. The artists behind Silver Fox Pottery fired up their homemade kiln filled with ceramic goodies earlier this week and we braved the mud and monkey balls to check out the commotion. The kiln (technically named a Ramsey Anagama Kiln) was made by Ben and Melanie and fueled by chopped up trees and refuse wood (LOTS of wood) on their property. It was quite the site to see. The firing took three days (it takes two whole days for the kiln to reach temperature).


About mitchcollective

MITCH Collective is a community-driven catalyst promoting creativity in the Ohio Valley. MITCH Collective enriches Martins Ferry, Ohio and nearby towns by: -inviting artists, writers, and musicians to experience the beauty and creative potential of the area while creating new work and interacting with local residents through the residency program. -inspiring a historically economically depressed area by teaching new skills and ideas that will help foster new problem solving approaches for challenges that face the community. -collaborating with nonprofit and municipal organizations in Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania to bring innovative, interdisciplinary projects to life. Facilities include printmaking, screen printing, sewing, quilting, and bookbinding. Visit www.mitchcollective.org for more information.
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2 Responses to Wood Kiln in the Woods

  1. mel says:

    thanks for posting sienna 🙂

  2. Pingback: Ceramics! | MITCH Collective

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