Saddle River, New Jersey
Feltwell, United Kingdom
In the November issue of Potters’ Pages, Potters Council announces the winning members for the 2013 Juried Show “GREEN”. This issue features the benefit of being a member and a part of a ceramic community. Be sure to read the articles from John Baymore and Steven Branfman. NEW! In the Studio is a new section that features ceramic how-to by member Daryl Baird.
Time to Refresh Your Surface Techniques
This two-day conference will be filled with ways to build depth by layering through many different mediums, altering, and combine throwing with handbuilt pieces that will result in you producing fresh ideas in your studio. Featured presenters include: Sandra Blain, Debra Fritts, Bryan Hopkins, Meredith Host, Mark Knott, and Justin Rothshank. ONLY 10 SPOTS LEFT!
Potters Council Members Receive a 20% Discount on their Favorites
Potters Council is committed to the education of ceramic artists, whether it is at a conference, or through a book, magazine or DVD. One of our most popular benefits of membership is the 20% discount offered on 44 books, 53 DVDs, and the top two ceramic art magazines Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated.
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In the September issue of Potters’ Pages, Potters Council member Jayne Shatz shares her PC mentoring experience with us, “The Far Reaching Fingers of the Cloud”.
Potters Council is going to Italy again!
The itinerary for this trip is designed to provide visual stimulation as a valuable teaching and learning tool for those interested in ceramics. This visual inspiration will be drawn upon when we reach the ceramic studio at La Meridiana, where you’ll enjoy three days in the studio learning from Pietro Maddalena, Paola Paronetto, and Marcia Selsor. You will also have the opportunities to see demonstrations outside of the studio from Monica Lazzerini and Saura Vignoli.
Tell a story in clay. Each of these talented artists tells us a personal story in clay. Each presenter treats the surface in a unique manner, and will share their surface techniques with YOU over the two-day conference. Explore the possibilities with surfaces by combining new techniques to what you already know. Come and find out how to tell your narrative in clay. Opened up a few more spots!
In the July issue of Potters’ Pages, Steven Branfman, Potters Council President Elect, shares his story about how he became a potter. He was inspired to tell his story after seeing the April 22, Potters Council Question of the Week: Did you start with pottery by accident or by design?