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Bob Pacella

Posted On April 17, 2014 0 Comments
Easy Fire Kiln e23t-208 for sale; excellent condition, asking $1,500.00. All accessories included. Call Bob at (856) 287-7154.

RiverRun Pottery

Posted On April 17, 2014 0 Comments
The Perfect Pottery! Large studio, gallery, and upper level home in northern Wisconsin lake country. Ideal set-up for work, sales, teaching, and living in a beautiful area. Wood kiln included; (715)550-0858, see at: www.riverrunarts.com.

Ceramics Monthly May 2014

Posted On April 15, 2014 0 Comments

But there is, at the end of the day, a larger issue that we all have in common—like the weather—that influences how we approach ceramics, and that is how to find a way to ignore all of these details and just focus on our clay work and produce work that we are proud of and that represents us in the world—which, after all, is the start and end of all of this. We have this question in common, but the solutions are as different as each of us. One of the most encouraging signs I see that indicates people are able to address this concern is that we continue to see talented, dedicated people entering the field and making work that is personal, refined, and honest. Take a look through this year’s Emerging Artists (starting on page 45) and I think you’ll agree. For some of them, the answer is finding residencies that will allow them time and space to focus on their work, for some it’s making the most of whatever bits of time and space they can carve out at home. Regardless of the specifics, it’s clear that each of them has made a conscious choice to make clay a priority in their lives. —Sherman Hall, Editor.

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Jody E. Temple

Posted On April 14, 2014 0 Comments
FOR SALE: 1,150 sq. ft. house and 2,000 sq. ft. shop on eight acres nestled in the woods near the quaint town of Saluda, NC. $435,000. Contact: neverblue@att.net.  

Puchka Peru

Posted On April 14, 2014 0 Comments
PERU: Internships with renowned sculptor in clay or with retablo/mask maker in the southern Andes and Internship with internationally renowned “Living National Treasure” tapestry weaver in Lima, Peru. One to six weeks. Live with a family-room and board included. www.puchkaperu.com.

Pepper’s Potters

Posted On April 8, 2014 0 Comments
Eco friendly, 36 cu.ft., natural gas reduction kiln. Down draft sprung arch, kaowool w/screen, two forced air burners, Ocy probe, furniture, door bricks boxed, steel structure, and metal roof. Must be dismantled to move from Durham, NC.  Contact: peperika@nc.rr.com or (919) 489-9767.

Salmon Falls Stoneware

Posted On April 8, 2014 0 Comments
Throwers Needed in NH, willing to train but experience a plus. Skilled craftsman earn $13.50 – $22.50, piece rate can earn more. Email info@salmonfalls.com with resume and pictures. Call Andy at (603) 312-3808 for more information. Immediate Opening.

University of Wisconsin

Posted On April 8, 2014 0 Comments
Wanted: One ceramic piece with 1-2 lines of poetry with your name under your image. For an NCECA presentation. Deadline is April 30. Contact agary@uwsp.edu or (715) 570-6720.

Letter from the Editor May 2014

Posted On April 8, 2014 0 Comments

One of the most encouraging signs I see that indicates people are able to address this concern is that we continue to see talented, dedicated people entering the field and making work that is personal, refined, and honest. Take a look through this year’s Emerging Artists (starting on page 45) and I think you’ll agree. For some of them, the answer is finding residencies that will allow them time and space to focus on their work, for some it’s making the most of whatever bits of time and space they can carve out at home. Regardless of the specifics, it’s clear that each of them has made a conscious choice to make clay a priority in their lives. —Sherman Hall, Editor.

Potter’s Fire

Posted On April 2, 2014 0 Comments
Summer Internships-Potter’s Fire, LLC seeks temporary full time potter interns from May through August. Talent as an illustrator or relief sculptor desirable. Potter’s Fire provides housing for out-of-town candidates. Join a fun team environment; everyone participates product design and development. For more information please contact us at jointheteam@pottersfire.com or (571)384-2736.