UU KRC on mon 14 mar 05
A quick question. I'm beginning to get back into
ceramics and am trying to make a few connections here
in Washington State. In particular I'm looking for
people doing ^10 firings, particularly (but not only)
wood firings. I have looked around but it seems I'm in
the wrong part of the state.
I would really like to talk to some of you that have
done and are doing ^10 firings with wood. I'd love to
help with a firing to get a more first hand
reintroduction to the process (and as crazy as this is
I wouldn't even be worried about kiln space for a
Of course in general I'd like to start getting to know
some of you Washington potters, since I'm new to the state.
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Pat Colyar on mon 14 mar 05
For someone who wants to make connections, you're pretty cryptic:
what's your name and where are you located, for
Pat Colyar, in sunny Gold Bar, WA, located 40 miles West
of Stevens Pass, a mile and a half off Highway 2, in the
beautiful Skykomish Valley....
UU KRC on tue 15 mar 05
Terribly sorry about all that. My email used to
automatically attach all that information to the
bottom of every message. Well not all of it, it would
attach my name and a cheesy saying.
I'm Jared, I've just recently moved to Ellensburg WA.
Thats as dead center in the state as you can get
pretty much. It's right where I-90 connects to I-82.
For those who missed the original post, I was just
looking for Ceramicists in Washington state,
particularly those doing wood fired ^10. Although
anyone doing any kind of wood fire would be a great
--- Pat Colyar wrote:
> For someone who wants to make connections, you're
> pretty cryptic:
> what's your name and where are you located, for
> starters? Thanks!
> Pat Colyar, in sunny Gold Bar, WA, located
> 40 miles West
> of Stevens Pass, a mile and a half off Highway 2, in
> beautiful Skykomish Valley....
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Brian O'Neill on thu 17 mar 05
You've got to go where the wood IS, you're out there in the prairie!
There are a couple of wood kilns up here in Whatcom county (NW corner
of the state). It would be a loooong drive, but Hwy 20 through Wintrop
would be a trip worth doing if you're new to the state.
If you're interested, contact Good Earth Pottery in Fairhaven, and
leave a message for Carley Ramsey, it's her kiln.
Good luck, and look me up if you make it over this way.
Brian Thomas O'Neill
Functional | Sculptural Ceramic Vessels
2985 Goshen Rd | Bellingham, WA | 98226 | 360 592 3164
On Mar 15, 2005, at 7:53 AM, UU KRC wrote:
> Terribly sorry about all that. My email used to
> automatically attach all that information to the
> bottom of every message. Well not all of it, it would
> attach my name and a cheesy saying.
> I'm Jared, I've just recently moved to Ellensburg WA.
> Thats as dead center in the state as you can get
> pretty much. It's right where I-90 connects to I-82.
> For those who missed the original post, I was just
> looking for Ceramicists in Washington state,
> particularly those doing wood fired ^10. Although
> anyone doing any kind of wood fire would be a great