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Mark Hewitt: Working Potter

Posted On May 1, 2009 1 Comment

As part of our Working Potter series, successful potter Mark Hewitt shares his approach to the handmade pottery business.

La Meridiana

Posted On April 29, 2009 0 Comments
LA MERIDIANA International School of Ceramics in Tuscany. Italian culture, Mediterranean flair and a facility dedicated to the continual education in Ceramic Art. Programme 2015 at www.lameridiana.fi.it.

Ceramics Consulting Services

Posted On April 29, 2009 0 Comments
Ceramics Consulting Services offers technical information and practical advice on clay/glaze/kiln faults and corrections, slip casting, clay body/glaze formulas, salt glazing, product design. Call or write for details. Jeff Zamek, 6 Glendale Woods Dr., Southampton, MA 01073; (413) 527-7337; e-mail fixpots@aol.com; or www.jeffzamek.com.  

Petro Mold

Posted On April 29, 2009 0 Comments
Custom Ceramic Molds – For nearly 20 years, Petro Mold Company has been designing molds for some of the world’s most renowned ceramic artists and potters. Our innovative molds will help you improve productivity with your popular designs. We set the highest American quality standards with our sculpting, mold manufacturing and design services. Visit us… Read More »

Emerging Ceramic Artist to Watch: Stephanie Craig, Strongsville, Ohio

Posted On April 27, 2009 0 Comments

In my current studio work, the Factory Work Series, I am equally
interested in formal design considerations and conceptual concerns.
Each piece is carefully crafted with emphasis on elements in contrast;
most notably the delicate white figures juxtaposing the crusty
industrial machinery.

Emerging Ceramic Artist to Watch: Shay Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan

Posted On April 27, 2009 1 Comment

I believe in the natural cycles of the earth. I often find truth within
these patterns of life and death. While cities grow, wars rage and
industry climbs, nature’s pulse is just as persistent. Migratory paths
remain, rivers continue to run downstream, wolves hunt, and insects are
hatched.

Diana Fayt: Working Potter

Posted On April 22, 2009 1 Comment

As part of our Working Potter series, successful potter Diana Fayt shares her approach to the handmade pottery business.

Emerging Ceramic Artist to Watch: Jeremy Randall, Tully, New York

Posted On April 17, 2009 3 Comments

Familiarity evokes memory and I look to this association to present nostalgia through form. My reference to rural American architecture and antique rural implements places the viewer in a familiar setting that is layered with time, function and history while color creates celebration in these iconic objects.

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Emerging Ceramic Artist to Watch: Clay Leonard, Bowling Green, Ohio

Posted On April 17, 2009 1 Comment

We live in an era where indirect forms of communication have become standard. Cell phones, internet messaging and e-mail have made face-to-face conversation seem like a distant memory. Through my ceramic vessels, I investigate the important ritual of sharing a meal.

 

Emerging Ceramic Artist to Watch: Brenda Lichman, Denton, Texas

Posted On April 17, 2009 1 Comment

The physicality of the ceramic medium is an integral part of my
everyday liveliness and identity. As a result, it is imperative that my
work reflect this synergy. I define myself as an energetic, passionate
person, striving for balance and harmony in my life and in my creative
work.