Anagama – Madrid, NM

Built in 1999 by Bill Gilbert and University of New Mexico students using handmade high-fire adobe bricks it was the first anagama kiln in New Mexico. The┬ástackable┬áchamber is 22 feet long. This kiln fires for 4-9 days in light reduction with fast moving flame and ash. It’s operated by FUSE anagama artist cooperative that includes artists from Santa Fe and Albuquerque.