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Since moving to Vermont in 2004 and opening the Wilder Farm Inn Bed and Breakfast, Luke Iannuzzi has evolved from a functional potter who dabbles in raku to a raku potter who dabbles in functional pots.
Lukes explains: “From the first time I experienced the raku process, while helping a friend at a workshop, I was hooked. The immediacy of the firing and the elusiveness of the spectacular ‘flash’ had a hold on me. I learned and am still learning from each firing along with a host of great friends that lend their experience and knowledge to my art.”
Having started with the traditional metallic & crackle raku glazes that most potters are familiar with, Luke started experimenting with naked (slip resist) raku. Luke’s process is varied including horsehair raku, ferric chloride and tin foil sagaar.