Oogling the Onggi

Until the kiln is up and running again or until I find a way to get my greenware and bisque moving through the studio again… it might be a good time to get in some practice going bigger. American Onggi potter Adam Field visited the classroom at UOP last September, (here’s a short post after his visit), and I’ve been mulling over making an idiots attempt at developing a mongrelized version of the technique to use in demos at local farmers markets.
Luckily Adam has shared a handful of videos of the process on You-Tube…

Part 1

Part 2


What I’d do with a surface that size?


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