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A Recipe, a Video, and a SALE!!! Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted On November 23, 2012 0 Comments

Here in the U.S., we celebrate Thanksgiving today. So I thought I would say thank you to all of you all over the world for your continued support and enthusiasm for Ceramic Arts Daily. Over the past couple of years, this little old website has grown more than we could have ever expected and we couldn’t have done it without you! And for some Thanksgiving fun, I thought I would send out a recipe that’s a little different than our usual recipes. I am also including a little bonus video for making a vessel to go with it. Have a great day!

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Daily Clay – Keep Clay in Your Hands Wherever You Go!

Posted On May 15, 2012 9 Comments

Daily Clay is a great resource brought to you by Ceramic Arts Daily, and sponsored by Skutt, Daily Clay is a native iOS application for  iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It will load a new image of amazing ceramic art to your mobile device every day, so you’ll always have a source of ceramic inspiration, whether you’re in the studio, at work, on the bus or train, or out on the town.

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Video of the Week: Deb Schwartzkopf Shows us Her Home Made Bat System

Posted On April 13, 2012 7 Comments

If your studio is crowded and shelf space is at a premium, you know what a hassle it is to use all those 12-inch bats for your small thrown pieces. In today’s video feature, Deborah Schwartzkopf demonstrates how she figured out a solution by creating a bat system that utilizes small square bats. Maybe it’s a system that will work for you. Take a look. Catch all the action on Deb’s DVD Pieces and Patterns.

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Bonus Monday Pottery Video: A Visit to Lisa Bone’s Pottery Studio

Posted On May 9, 2011 51 Comments

Today, in a special bonus Monday video, we are sharing one of the honorable mentions from our Studio Tour Video Contest. In this video, Ceramic Arts Daily reader Lisa Bone gives a tour of her studio and shares some of the tools she uses to make her studio more efficient and ergonomic. Happy Monday!

Editor’s Picks: Top Three Ceramics Exhibitions and Events – January 2011

Posted On December 27, 2010 6 Comments

For the upcoming year, we decided to
spice things up a bit in the editor’s picks by inviting some guest
editors to share their picks. For the January 2011 edition, we hear from
a couple of members of the Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making
Illustrated editorial staff: Holly Goring and
Jessica Knapp (plus yours truly).

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Rene Murray’s Slab Inlay Technique: A Fun and Spontaneous Ceramic Decorating Technique

Posted On December 17, 2010 48 Comments

In today’s video, Rene Murray, a presenter at the upcoming Potters Council Conference Surface + Form, demonstrates her twist on inlaying contrasting clay bodies into one another for graphical surface decoration. One of the things I really liked in Rene’s video was the idea of laying down an picture plain of color before laying down imagery. I just really loved the irregular edges of the plain of color and how it set off the picture. I also loved her spontaneity – something I struggle with in the studio. Hope you like it too! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

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7 Useful Tips, Tools, and Techniques for the Ceramic Studio

Posted On December 15, 2010 30 Comments
I’ve said it before and I will say it again, potters and ceramic artists are some of the most resourceful people around. I am continually impressed by the myriad tools and studio shortcuts that members of our community come up with to make their lives more efficient. It’s been a while since I have shared… Read More »

Understanding Clay and Glaze Materials: You Don’t Have to Be a Super Genius

Posted On September 13, 2010 13 Comments

There are probably as many kinds of clay as there are riverbanks, creekbeds, roadcuts, abandoned coal mines and backyard gullies, but most of the clays that many of us use on a regular basis are commercially mined.

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Posted On June 24, 2010 0 Comments

Diamondhead, Mississippi

Caton, Dianne F.

Posted On June 4, 2010 0 Comments

St. Petersburg, Florida