Entered Information
Student Name: Elisabeth P
Grade: 8
Title: Zena
Description: This piece was a huge struggle for the artist, as she tried to capture the appearance and personality of this animal. Once she participated in a raku firing, she wanted to raku this piece. We had trouble getting the kiln temp up, as we fired during one of the recent warm days, because the air around cooled more quickly than predicted. The appearance is not as we planned, but she likes it better this way.
Dimensions: (L)9 x (W)8 x (H)13 (Inches)
Weight: 6 Lbs.
School: Village Center For The Arts - New Milford, CT
Teacher: Sharon Kaufman
Exhibition: 23rd Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition

Additional Work Info
Clay Vendor: Laguna, Eartheware
Wheel Vendor: Other
Tool Vendor: CI Products
Glaze Vendor: Other, Raku Glaze, Mayco
Kiln Vendor: Other, Fired in the Raku Kiln I built with my advanced students, including this artist
Firing Temp: Raku, 1800 degrees
Atmosphere: Reduction, aluminum garbage can, newspaper, horse hair, saw dust
Cone Number: , The piece was fired traditionally first, then re-fired as Raku
Entry Photos