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Raku work

The Bay School Community Arts Center recently held a one-day workshop on raku techniques. Students fired one traditional crackle raku, one obvara raku piece, one horsehair/feather raku piece, and one tin foil saggar piece. A demonstration, including a lecture and preparation, was held before each firing, with instruction on the use of wax, latex resist, underglaze color and glazing Instructor Lee Hazelgrove provided a video link for students to view in advance. Shown, from left, are Doris Hackworth, Hazelgrove, Malia Joy, Gail Falk, Carolyn August, Sue Stiff and Sue Henshaw.

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