vince pitelka on sun 21 jul 02
> If you are aware of anyone who is firing a wood kiln that has a bourry box
> or any variation on the bourry box, I would appreciate knowing about them.
> This includes potters outside the USA.
> Please e-mail me their contact information or forward my contact
> to them.
One of our wood kilns at the Appalachian Center for Crafts is a two-chamber
climbing Bourry-box kiln. It was the cover story in CM in 1989 - I do not
remember which month. The kiln was designed by Doug Casebeer from Anderson
Ranch, and built under Doug's supervision by Jane Dillon and her students.
I'd be glad to provide any information I can.
Best wishes -
Appalachian Center for Crafts
Tennessee Technological University
1560 Craft Center Drive, Smithville TN 37166
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Gary C. Hatcher on sun 21 jul 02
Currently I am doing some comprehensive research for publication on bourry
If you are aware of anyone who is firing a wood kiln that has a bourry box
or any variation on the bourry box, I would appreciate knowing about them.
This includes potters outside the USA.
Please e-mail me their contact information or forward my contact information
Gary C. Hatcher
university office: 1-903-566-7296