Patchogue, New York
By it’s very nature, our art form is not the greenest of artistic endeavors, but happily, many ceramic artists and organizations are taking it upon themselves to try to lessen their impact on the environment. One such organization was actually built on sustainability: the Energy Xchange in North Carolina. In today’s post, an excerpt… Read More »
Trimming is one of my favorite parts of wheel throwing. But with my limited time in the studio, it is an extra step that I sometimes wouldn’t mind avoiding. But if you skip trimming, you have to make sure you do something to make your feet look finished. Otherwise, an otherwise lovely pot can look… Read More »
NEW MEMBER BENEFIT! Many artists are not adequately insured or even have insurance, to cover business losses. One of Potters Council’s missions is to educate the ceramic community. Here we hope to provide our members information on understanding business insurance.
A couple NCECAs ago, I bought some rice paper transfers from a supplier at the conference. They are super fun to play around with and very easy to use, but as with anything commercially made, they are not unique to me. So I loved this article from the Pottery Making Illustrated archive vault (buy… Read More »