Welcome to Raku by Shekinah Clay

picture of raku artist lynne anderson with oval raku wall piece

This is one of my larger raku wall pieces. It can hang either vertically or horizontally and sure is an eye catcher!

Are you captivated by the rich, metallic, rainbow iridescent hues of raku pottery? Then you and I have a great deal in common!

My Raku Ceramic Art is on display and may be purchased at: ETSY (online) www.etsy.com/shop/Raku4u and THE MARBLE GALLERY in Marble, CO! 

I’m Lynne Anderson, Ceramic Artist; specializing in the Raku Firing Process since 1998. The moment I knew that Raku was a passion for me, I set my sights on perfecting the form of my vases and pottery; that they would have a grace and elegance to be the ‘canvas’ for the colorful raku glazes.

In addition, I wanted to create truly unique Raku wall pieces for distinctive home decor. I’ve picture of desert prayer wall artalways loved mixed media and many of my wall art pieces are a reflection of this… often containing mixed fibers, copper wire embellishment, metallic threads, turquoise beads, feathers and anything else I think might complement the work!

For more than a decade, my husband, business partner and ‘firemeister’ Robert Leuallen & I traveled throughout a multi-state region to display and sell Raku Ceramic Pieces at juried Fine Art Shows. Many awards and honors were given in recognition of my achievements with Raku!

picture of iridescent raku vase with guardian horse image

This iridescent raku vase which bears the image of what I call the “Guardian Horse” is in homage to my first horse who was something of a protector of me when I was quite young!

Vases seem to be a popular item among my patrons and customers. This one has beautiful coloration along with the stylized horse image for additional interest.

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Address: 446 Stahl Rd.
Paonia, CO 81428

Landline: 970-527-4308
Cell: 970-270-3834

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5 thoughts on “Welcome to Raku by Shekinah Clay

  1. nancy

    Hello Lynn,

    I am looking for iridescent RAKU tiles to install as a back drop to an ethanol fireplace? I do not believe there is much heat generated from an ethanol flame. Do you have any knowledge if this kind of product can work in this application?
    Do you make RAKU tiles? If not, do you have an associate in the industry that you can refer me to?

    Thanks so much

    1. charl7 Post author

      Hi Nancy,
      Your idea sounds beautiful! I don’t make raku tiles and am uncertain of their longevity as a back drop to an ethanol fireplace unfortunately. At the moment, I’m sorry I don’t know of another raku artist who does make raku tiles, but will certainly keep it in mind for you. If I DO remember someone who might be able to help you, I’ll let you know!!
      Best wishes on your project!

  2. John Scotfield

    My name is john Scotfield from SC. I actually observed my wife has
    been viewing your website on my laptop and i guess she likes your
    piece of work, I’m also impressed and amazed to have seen your various
    works too, : ) You are doing a great job. I would like to receive
    further information about your piece of work and what inspires you. I
    am very much interested in the purchase of the piece (in subject field
    above) to surprise my wife. Kindly confirm the availability for
    immediate sales.
    Thanks and best regards,

    1. charl7 Post author

      Hi John and thanks very much for your inquiry and your kind words. All three pieces on my website homepage (where you left your comment) are sold, however I often do custom pieces for customers/patrons and would certainly be happy to that for you & your wife. I’m unsure if you noticed this web address which is where I market my current work: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Raku4u?ref=hdr_shop_menu
      Happy to have a further conversation with you!
      My best to you and yours,

  3. Fred Burdette


    I have seen one of your pieces on Easy that I would like to use as an urn. However, I have a couple of questions about this. I tried calling you, but your phone mailbox is full. I would greatly appreciate it if you would call me. Thank you.

    Fred Burdette


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