Selected Residencies and Exhibitions:
Face Jug Project - Part 2
The jug was driven down to North Carolina to be fired in David Steumpfle's wood fire kiln. Once loaded, the kiln was fired for 5 days with continuous stoking by David and the other artists who work as crew and take 8 hour shifts reaching a temperature of over 2400 F. The kiln was left to cool for another week. Although the face jug is relatively large, it was dwarfed by many much bigger pots in the firing and was affectionately named Jr.