Category Archives: Bouja for the Barn

An annual fundraiser for the Meyer Farm Project.

Harvest Time

ell it is that time of the year and things are piling up.  We have started to take in the garden, and dug 60% of the potatoes on Monday, storing them in the barn for now.  The bouja bowls are … Continue reading

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Finished Linocut for the Bouja Posters

ach year, we’ve tried to depict in the image on the poster the next hurdle we need help with, or what the current Bouja is raising funds for.  This next year we hope to put in the new floor, which includes … Continue reading

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Success!

he kiln fired off perfectly, and today I unloaded it and excitedly began glazing.  The bowls you see in the background are half-fired or bisqued.  They have such a orange hue because I dipped them in an iron slip before … Continue reading

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Kiln Shed 2.0

moved my larger electric kiln into the barn and as I type this, it is completing it’s first bisque firing of Bouja Bowls.  I will fire this kiln near the breaker-box for this winter and then hopefully set them up … Continue reading

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Taa-dah!!!

t may not look like much, but the new power line to the barn and these new electrical panels and outlets will consume most of the funds we raised at last year’s Bouja.  The old panels you still see will be … Continue reading

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Bowls Baking in the Sun

owls for our upcoming fundraiser bake in the sun after being dipped in an iron-slip.  The poor squash plants in the background wilt in the extreme heat and drought.  

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Processing This Year’s Clay

eehaw!   I had a great time processing the new clay with Dana yesterday.  We got a quarter of what we dug cleaned and into a drying trough!  For an explanation of the process click here.  At right you can … Continue reading

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