Our studio visit posts have been a hit and we haven’t done one in a while, so I figured it was about time we did. Today, we’ll pay a visit to ceramic sculptor Cynthia Giachetti’s Baton Rouge, Louisiana, studio. In addition to great photos of her spacious (but hot) studio, her work, and her canine… Read More »
Welcome to the Open Studios section of Ceramic Arts Daily! If you enjoy visiting other ceramic artists' studios or going on open studio tours, you've come to the right place. The posts in this section take you inside the garages, barns, basements, lofts, closets, warehouses, and porches that serve as studios for potters and ceramic sculptors of all stripes. Think of them as open studio tours on the web! And, be sure to download your free copy of the 2012 Ceramic Arts Buyers Guide: A Ceramic Studio Supply Resource so you can find out where to get all the things you need in your studio!
Today I wanted to send out a friendly reminder for our next video contest: the D.I.Y. Clay Tools contest. If you have “invented,” built, or repurposed a super cool tool for your work, the contest will give you a chance to share your ingenuity with the world. Plus, you could win a $500 Gift Card… Read More »
In this latest installment of our Studio Visit department, Russell Wrankle shares his personal practice and insight into her career as a working ceramic artist.
In this latest installment of our Studio Visit department, Matthew Harris shares his personal practice and insight into her career as a working ceramic artist.
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.
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 them. Congratulations Jeri and Kate and thank you for sharing… Read More »
Today, we are happy to present the next finalist 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… Read More »
When we announced our studio tour video contest, we had no idea what to expect. People seemed interested, but would anyone really take the time to plan out, film, edit, and submit studio tour videos? Who knew? So, we crossed our fingers and hoped for at least three good videos to post as finalists. In… Read More »
Greetings Ceramic Arts Daily readers! Today, I thought I would send another shout-out about our Studio Tour Video Contest. In case you missed the first announcement, there’s a brand new pottery wheel up for grabs, thanks to Skutt Potters Wheels, for the potter/sculptor/amateur filmmaker who submits the most creative, fun, and informative video tour of… Read More »
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