19 November 2010

All Set

I don't usually shoot the kiln from this angle...the chimney is rising there on the right and the wood pile is on the left. Two chambers and a firebox in between. Ready for a 24 hour marathon. ( Dennis Allen says he likes to see the kiln in all it's glory. It is my pride and (sometimes) joy!

11 comments:

Kyle Carpenter said...

you have the nicest kiln. good luck with the firing.

Hollis Engley said...

Lotsa luck, Daniel. Hope the birds don't fly during the firing.

Hannah said...

Best wishes for it. It is a super smart looking kiln. Hope it's going to have some corkers come out next week.
hx

Anna said...

I know you have your work schedule all set for the firing. Hope you have lots of help!

doug Fitch said...

Good luck Dan

Joe and Christy said...

Good luck with the firing. I'm excited to see all the birds come out. I also have to say I've always avoided metal work in kilns I've built, simply because I don't like the way it looks.... Yours however looks great! The smooth bend to match the arch, the colors, it's a really nice looking kiln. I hope it all goes well for you.
Joe

John Bauman said...

What a BEAUTIFUL kiln!

Dennis Allen said...

That curved ironwork with the red paint gets me every time Dan. Have a great firing.

Ron said...

I hope you have a great firing Dan.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Thinking of you and your firing cohorts as you hunker down for the duration!

Christine H S said...

Hope it goes well, looks fantastic. Those birds are going to be fairly chirping when they come out of that monster kiln.