Through my own personal experience of making urns for the loved ones I've lost and providing this service to others I understand the thought and emotion that goes into choosing a cremation urn.
Great care and love go into each urn that I make. I understand and value the importance of this vessel and take the work that goes into making urns very seriously. With honor and reverence each urn is made by my own hands on my potters wheel. The simplistic flow of the forms and glazes I have chosen work well for the importance that these pieces hold.
There are two different firing processes that complete the urns after they are thrown on the wheel and trimmed. Some are fired in my electric kiln to a high temperature that melts the beautiful glazes that I apply to the surfaces. Others are fired in my raku kiln. These are decorated with raku glazes and a variety of other techniques known to this process.