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River of Fire

Pictures of Anagama kiln

Mark Terry Noble Hill Anagama
Mark Terry reveres the earthy, labor-intensive wood-firing methods of ancient Korea
The Noble hill anagama was built on a 17-acre Christmas tree farm owned by Terry's parents in Forest Grove
The kiln The kiln
Potters take turns working four-hour shifts during the nonstop three-day process.
The wood-firing process requires sacrifice and community - an enriching experience for loner artist types.

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