Sculptor, Kristan Marvell, talks about bronze casting, which he describes as an ancient process that hasn’t changed much. The bronze casting process requires a fire to heat the metal, which typically uses gas or electricity. In the old days the
Andrew Cummins discusses the ancient art of pottery making, with an emphasis on raku firing. “Raku” is a Japanese term for “fun” and “delightful.” It is also the Japanese surname of the family traditionally associated with the pottery style.
Glass artists John Gerletti and Suzi Perret show how they blow glass art with their furnace, glory hole, annealing oven, marver table, blow pipes, mold, other tools and expertise.