Collect all four and save!Introducing the Ceramic Arts Select Series! Each edition of the Ceramic Arts Select Series focuses on specific related forms and presents some of the best examples of how contemporary artists are exploring, innovating, and celebrating those forms. Filled with in-depth instruction, this series covers just about every form you could imagine… Read More »
The Best Collection of Throwing Tips, Tricks, and Techniques!
Whether you are a beginner or intermediate potter, Jennifer Allen’s Wheel Throwing Collection is right for you! Jennifer covers everything from how to wedge to how to make complex forms in these two series.
The Best of Both Worlds!Whether you are a potter interested in expanding your repertoire to include sculpture, or vice versa, Lisa Naples’ two videos – Functional Pottery and Narrative Animal Sculpture – are loaded with information and inspiration.When you buy the two together you can save up to $20 off the original list price!Lisa covers… Read More »
Sneak a peek How to Test, Tweak, & Perfect Your Glazes with John BrittIn this Ceramic Arts Daily Presents two-disc DVD, John Britt lets you tap into his encyclopedic knowledge of ceramic glazes to build your own understanding of this complex topic. Starting with glaze testing—because testing is key to understanding raw materials and ceramic processes—John… Read More »
Step into the studio with master artist Robin Hopper as he opens the door to his more than 50-year exploration of ceramics. Discover the “hows” and “whys” behind Robin’s artistry while he shares his innovative insight, personal reflection and life’s work. This book paints an intriguing self-portrait of the man within the legendary artist, teacher… Read More »
Pure white and wonderfully delicate, porcelain is a gorgeous and notoriously challenging clay body. In Masters: Porcelain, you’ll see the incredible work of 40 artists who have mastered the material. Curated by Richard Burkett, this collection expands and challenges traditional perceptions of what the medium can — and should — do. The work shown here represents the great diversity in practice — both technical and aesthetic — that porcelain affords the ceramists who mine its tremendous potential.
As the world’s oldest clay body, earthenware is anything but outdated. On the contrary, after flipping through the pages of Masters: Earthenware, you’ll see it has never been more cutting edge. Curated by the late Matthias Ostermann and edited by Ray Hemachandra, this beautifully illustrated book reveals the tremendous imagination, innovation, and technical facility that today’s artists bring to this versatile clay body.