Jeanette and Devanie participated in the August Anagama firing at Hambidge Center for Arts and Sciences in Rabun Gap, Georgia. Hambidge is a beautiful serene retreat for artist located in the North Georgia mountains. This was a first in many respects; camping (thanks to Tania for our ‘condo’ in the woods), stoking a wood kiln till the wee hours of the morning and seeing a native of the mountains,a black bear. Rebecca also had new work in the kiln that she made at a week long Rick Berman class at John C. Cambel School. Thanks to Rick Burman and Tom Egan for such amazing experience! It was great to meet everyone who took part in the firing.
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