Jeremy puts his heart and soul into every handmade creation. He's grateful for the people who let him into their lives through his art and we're proud to feature his work at Bella Bazaar, Dana Point.
About Raku Process
Each raku art piece is made by hand, and fired in an outdoor kiln to 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. It is pulled from the red hot kiln and plunged into a sand pit with wood chips. The intense heat of the raku piece causes the wood shavings to spontaneously ignite. The flames create unique colors and and the outdoor atmosphere shocks the glaze, causing cracks in the finish. Not everyone survives the trial by fire; the ones that do, cultivate strength and beauty.