The outdoor kiln pad. Double wide train on the left, train in the back, Salt in the middle, Soda middle left, Cat wood on the right, smoke/pit fire kiln behind the tarps, and test salt/soda in the back.
Hammer mill that someone forgot to clean.
Impact mill and Jaw crusher. Between these two machines you can quite literally turn yesterday’s prospecting haul into a 5 gal. bucket of 100m powder – before lunch.
The indoor kiln room. Soon to have 2 brand new Blaauw kilns.
The glaze lab.
A view from the hand-building studio. That’s Dan’s studio in the middle, John’s studio under the Arneson poster, and the graduate spaces through the doors. — at Utah State University.
What I’ve been up to. That’s 20 new ice crackle clay bodies fired in 3 different firing cycles. On the right are some local material glazes I’ve been cooking up. Back row are some decent Ice Crackle yunomi.
The flip side.
The new kitchen area.
The grad space. Props to Todd Hayes for making this!