Our school has amazing woodfiring kiln in the yard build by the students years ago. In the start of the first study year we already got a small taste of the possibilities when firing with wood, salt and athmospheric glazes. I took some late night shift for warming the kiln and was guite enthusiastic to learn all the stages and macig tricks even the main responsibility of the firing was on the second year class.
Here some of the very first pieces of the year that got to the honor to be in the wood owen
With these soapholders I tested what will happen to the engobe without any glazing exept the ash that naturally comes from the fireing.
On the plates there is two different oxblood glaces that didn't turn out to be so bloody.
A bowl with celadon glaze that took from the owen some red spots that was not suppose to happen.