In this latest installment of our Studio Visit department, Erin Furimsky shares her personal practice and
insight into her career as a working ceramic artist.
By popular demand, today we are presenting one of our runners up in our recent Studio Tour Video Contest. This one is a tour of Natchez Clay, a teaching studio located in Natchez, Mississippi. It is full of great ideas for the studio, such as a terrific way to quickly turn a work space into a gallery space. Watch the video!
The votes are in and I’m pleased to announce that Jeri Lake and Kate Nicol-Smith are the winners
in our Studio Tour Video Contest! In today’s post, Jeri and Kate tell
us a bit more about themselves and explain what this wheel will mean to
Watch our three Studio Tour Video Finalists and then vote for your favorite!
Today, we are happy to present the third and last finalist in our Studio Tour Video Contest: Ann Suchecki of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. Also, the voting for the grand prize winner begins today and continues through midnight (Eastern Standard Time) Monday, February 1. Watch the video and then follow the links to the voting page.
Today, we are happy to present the next finalists in our Studio Tour Video Contest: The Cracked Potters, a.k.a. Jeri Lake and Kate Nicol-Smith. We’ll present the next finalist Friday, January 29. A link to the voting page for the grand prize winner will be posted on Friday the 29th, and voting will continue through midnight (Eastern Standard Time) Monday, February 1. We hope you enjoy these videos as much as we have! Watch Finalist 2!
After much difficult
deliberation, we think we chose three very deserving finalists. We will
present them today, Wednesday, January 27, and Friday, January 29. The
voting for the grand prize winner will begin Friday the 29th and
continue through midnight (Eastern Standard Time) Monday, February 1. We hope you enjoy them! Watch Finalist 1! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.
A Look Into the Studio of Ceramic Sculptor Erin Furimsky, Plus a Reminder About Our Studio Tour Video Contest!
Today, I thought I would send another shout-out about our Studio Tour Video Contest. In case you missed the first announcement, Skutt is providing a brand-new potters wheel as a prize for the potter/sculptor/amateur filmmaker who submits the most creative, fun, and informative video tour of his or her studio space. And to get you in the mood, in today’s post, Erin Furimsky tells us a little about her productive basement studio.
After we posted our recent “Studio Visit” post with Jeff Campana and Patsy Cox, we received a lot of feedback asking for video tours of artists’ studios.
We think this is a terrific idea and to make it even more interesting,
we decided to have a contest to find the best studio visit videos out
Today, in addition to announcing our exciting Studio Tour Video Contest, I am presenting
another excerpt from Ceramics Monthly’s (in-print) Studio Visit series
to get you all thinking about what your video submissions might include. In this
post, potter John Baumann gives us a glimpse into his studio, a
“teensy” oasis in an Indiana industrial park.