About the Artist
Sequoia Miller (Olympia) received a 2005 GAP to finish the building of a salt kiln. Destined for a rural location in Thurston County, Miller will reconstruct a kiln with the goal of converting it into a dual wood and gas fueled salt kiln. Extra brick to add a firebox and extend the chimney as well as refractory coating for the interior and new shelves will be purchased with GAP funding. As a functional potter, Sequoia enjoys the expressive potential of salt firing. “Every mark one makes is visible and the handling of the clay itself becomes the dominant expressive gesture,” says Miller.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.