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Divine Feminine Yantra Offering Bowl  Handmade Pottery

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Handmade by Diane De Baun this bowl features the Yantra of the Divine Feminine and also a symbol for Mother Kali.

Raku fired in teal/with copper flashing and a gold rim.
The yantra is from a stamp I carved in clay.

The shape has a handmade look and is slightly asymmetrical. Signed on the bottom.

This offering bowl measures approx 6 wide by 1.5 deep.

My Process:

I make my pottery either using rolled slabs or coils.

The piece is often hand stamp using my own hand carved stamps and an occasional commercial stamp which have higher detail than I can achieve.

The piece is dried, sometimes slowly as with sculpture, sanded, fired in the electric kiln (bisque firing) then washed and glazed and either oxidation fired (electric) or raku fired.

Raku firing:

In a somewhat small kiln the items are placed and fired to over 1850 degrees over 2 or 3 hours, then when ready taken out of the red hot kiln with tongs and placed in cans with paper for a couple minutes.
I then open the lid and take out the hot and smoky piece again with tongs and immerse briefly in water.
Voile! Raku, which is a process originally created in Japan.
The dowsing stops the process. The reduction of the oxygen by using paper creates coppers, golds and the dark crackles of the raku glazes I use.
Earth/clay, air/oxygen fire/firing water/dowsing.

Divine Feminine Yantra Offering Bowl Handmade Pottery