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Crimson Laurel Gallery

Posted On September 30, 2014 0 Comments

Bakersville, North Carolina

www.crimsonlaurelgallery.com

 

Blue Spiral 1

Posted On September 30, 2014 0 Comments

Asheville, North Carolina

www.bluespiral1.com

Northeast Ceramic Supply

Posted On September 15, 2014 0 Comments
Chandra DeBuse workshop-Collar City Clay Guild is presenting Chandra in a workshop February 6, 7, & 8, 2015.  View Chandra’s work at www.ChandraDeBuse.com.  Chandra will demo how she handles pots that are lively, amusing, & functional.  Location: Northeast Ceramic Supply/Monroe Clayworks, Troy, NY.  Cost: $200 prior to January 1, 2015; $250 after. Sign up and… Read More »

Northeast Ceramic Supply/Monroe Clayworks

Posted On September 12, 2014 0 Comments
Stephen Procter Workshop at Northeast Ceramic Supply/Monroe ClayWorks.  Now signing up for Jan 9, 10, &  11, 2015.  Throwing in Sections hands on weekend workshop.  View Steve’s work at Stephenprocter.com.  Making a large pot is more about strategy and patience then sheer strength.  Learn to make sectional pots with fail-proof tongue and groove joints we… Read More »

Letter from the Editor October 2014

Posted On September 9, 2014 0 Comments

I think that for most ceramic artists, some of this collected work reminds us of the maker, who is also a friend, mentor, or someone we’re inspired by (a.k.a. a ceramic crush). Some pieces are great for dinner parties, while others are our daily companions. As makers, I think we are so lucky to have this cross-over experience, of both understanding how something is created, and understanding the important role that handmade objects play. They make experiences and our environment special, they connect us to others, make us think, and inspire us in the studio.

–Jessica Knapp, editor.

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Ceramics Monthly October 2014

Posted On September 9, 2014 0 Comments

I think that for most ceramic artists, some of this collected work reminds us of the maker, who is also a friend, mentor, or someone we’re inspired by (a.k.a. a ceramic crush). Some pieces are great for dinner parties, while others are our daily companions. As makers, I think we are so lucky to have this cross-over experience, of both understanding how something is created, and understanding the important role that handmade objects play. They make experiences and our environment special, they connect us to others, make us think, and inspire us in the studio.–Jessica Knapp, editor.

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Bruhin Studios

Posted On August 15, 2014 0 Comments
Excellent opportunity for exploring wood firing in a natural Ozark forest setting. Studio assistant desired in exchange for room, board, small stipend, studio space and kiln space —anagama, noborigama.  Anyone interested in assisting with the November anagama firing contact me.For details, Joe Bruhin, (870)363-4264; joebruhin@gmail.com; joebruhin.com.  
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Ceramics Monthly September 2014

Posted On August 12, 2014 0 Comments

The September issue always feels a little bit like the first day of a new school year for me as we get back into the rhythm of the monthly magazine schedule. This year I feel that way even more so, as I step into my new role as editor.

—Jessica Knapp, Editor.

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Letter from the Editor September 2014

Posted On August 12, 2014 0 Comments

The September issue always feels a little bit like the first day of a new school year for me as we get back into the rhythm of the monthly magazine schedule. This year I feel that way even more so, as I step into my new role as editor. Like Sherman, my experience in our field is as both a maker as well as an editor. It’s a privilege to come to work and research different artists, exhibitions, events, and technical topics in my chosen field. It’s also a great environment because I work with an editorial and production team made up of people who also have backgrounds in ceramics. –Jessica Knapp, editor.

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Wayne Art Center

Posted On July 29, 2014 0 Comments
Wayne Art Center announces the 20th Anniversary of Craft Forms, an international juried exhibition of contemporary craft. December 5, 2014 – January 31, 2015. Internationally recognized as one of the highest museum-quality craft exhibitions featuring works in wood, clay, fiber, glass, metal, jewelry and mixed media. David R. McFadden and Bruce Pepich will jury for… Read More »