In the before-dawn-hours of a cool and rainy January morning, Jason Stokes was feeding a fire-breathing beast in Holley.
The creature goes by the name anagama, and it is the central pillar of an art form thousands of years old.
Anagama roughly translates to “cave kiln.” Resembling a large dirt mound with a brick entrance, the 32 foot long anagama kiln was filled with pottery created by local artists from seasoned professionals to students from Navarre High School.
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