Built by John Jessiman
Cheltenham Art Center, PA
Built by Brian Grow
Two chamber kiln with an anagama front, salt chamber back.
Built by Jack Troy in 1978
Pennsylvania's first anagama kiln in the backyard of the old Juniata College Ceramics Studio. The studio was relocated and the kiln torn down in 2013.
Juniata College Ceramics Studio
wood kiln documentation
Pixiegama and Komuri
Jack Troy's Anagama Kilns
Chester Springs Studio
Historic Yellow Springs, PA
The Chester Springs Noborigama was built in 2014 through a workshop with Jim Dugan.
Two chamber wood kiln, salt and soda are added to the 2nd chamber. Firings are about 24 hours long.
I am currently the wood kiln manager and studio supervisor at the Chester Springs Studio in Historic Yellow Springs.
See the Historic Yellow Springs website to participate in a firing.