Skills and Techniques Raku Glass—Finding Designs in Everyday Things

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Design, Fabrication, and Text by Boyce Lundstrom


Boyce Lundstrom offers a look at the freshness of spirit and attitude that is found in the creation of the American Raku process, which is hallmarked by splashing on a glaze and leaving large brush marks. This tutorial highlights the steps required for the Raku process, offers tips for incorporating found objects, and provides kiln schedules for the full-fuse debubbling as well as the slumping portions of the project.


This article was originally published on page 56 of the March/April 2012 issue of Glass Art.


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