Wayne Batchelder Pottery

Meaningful Experiences with Clay & Wood


Raku pottery is derived from a unique firing process that involves placing a glazed piece of pottery into a very hot kiln until it reaches the desired temperature (approximately 1750 degrees), then with the use of thongs removing the red hot pottery from the kiln and placing it into a container with combustible materials inside then tightly closing the lid to achieve a reduction environment.

White Crackle Teapot 3 x 5

White Crackle Vase 3 x 8

Small Raku Bottle 1.5  x 4

Tall Raku Vase 4 x 16

Copper Raku Glaze Vessels

Copper Raku Vase 4 x 10

Wayne Batchelder Pottery | McKinney, Texas | Email: wb@waynebatchelder.com | Last Updated: 8-22-2016