The editorial staff asked five artists a series of questions that covered both the practicalities of designing and making sets meant for use, and the ideas that drive each artist to create these kinds of pieces. The artists also share details about their studio process along with slip and glaze recipes.
–Jessica Knapp, editor.
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The editorial staff asked these five artists a series of questions that covered both the practicalities of designing and making sets meant for use, and the ideas that drive each artist to create these kinds of pieces. The artists also share details about their studio process along with slip and glaze recipes.-Jessica Knapp, editor.
Piera has been an art director and a production potter; she now creates crystalline glazed pottery, photos and paintings, celebrating lives beauty. Her unique, crystalline, glazed porcelain pottery (with exploding atoms of liquid glass that solidify light into many dimensions) gives vision a place to start. Crystals call to mind a world of open, endless,… Read More »
LAURA MABRY ONE-DAY WORKSHOP IN KANSAS CITY, FEB. 7. Variety of low-fire slip and glaze applications are covered plus more. Fee $90. More information at: www.redstarstudios.org or (816) 474-7316.
NICK JOERLING ONE- OR TWO-DAY WORKSHOP IN KANSAS CITY, MAR. 7-8. Day 1: Demo of throwing and altering techniques. Day 2: hands-on application of techniques. Fee $90 for day 1; $180 for both days. More information at: www.redstarstudios.org or (816) 474-7316.
Multiple Studios & 3 Bdrm Home – Offering two, 40 ft. x 30 ft. floors of open work space, 320 sq.ft. kiln/work shed, 2 car detached garage with unfinished 2nd floor, and 40 ft. x 30 ft. dry basement with 7.5 ft. ceiling for additional storage/work space. The house has an updated kitchen/dining area with… Read More »
Welcome to the Ceramic Arts 2015! This publication, supplied as a supplement to all Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated subscribers, looks back over the past year and highlights the clay events and people that have made news in the ceramic art field. Ceramic Arts 2015 also looks to future and includes information about must-see events and the latest color trends for next year.
We hope that Ceramic Arts 2015 serves as a resource you’ll want to read right away and also keep on hand both for its timeliness and its timelessness. Be sure to drop us a line and tell us what you think—we’d love to hear.
—Jessica Knapp, Editor, Ceramics Monthly, and Holly Goring, Editor, Pottery Making Illustrated.
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WORKSHOPS at Funke Fired Arts, Cincinnati, OH. JEFF OESTREICH, Sat-Sun, February 21-22, 2015. LINDA CHRISTIANSON, Sat-Sun, October 17-18, 2015. Bundle discount, student pricing available. Call (513)871-2529. www.funkefiredarts.com.
Join Jeff Foster for a Sculpture workshop with non-conventional building techniques in Tuscany. April 5 -11 2015. Info at www.lameridiana.fi.it .
Tools that work at vangilderpottery.com – sponges, hole cutters, wire knives, corrugated texture boards, edge rounding tools, sponge trimming bats and much more! Plus, Bill’s 2015 workshop schedule.