When I saw Linda Arbuckle’s article about die cutters in the March 2015 issue of Ceramics Monthly, I remembered how much I want a die cutter! Ever since filming Andrew Gilliatt’s DVD Layers of Color, I have coveted this tool. In today’s post, an excerpt from the CM article, Linda explains how artists are… Read More »
Learn How-To Layer the Ceramic Surface with Varying Techniques! Join us as we team-up with Georgies Ceramic and Clay Company during this three-day conference with our featured presenters: Andrew Gilliatt, Patrick Horsley, Angelica Pozo, and Lana Wilson. Each presenter will show their own unique techniques on layering the ceramic surface. Sign up today to reserve your place at this exciting conference!
Slip casting is a facet of ceramics that I am dying to explore. I love the idea of making multiples and exploring different surfaces on them. But I hadn’t thought much about the potential for decoration when colorants are added right to the casting slip. That is until Andrew Gilliatt came to town to… Read More »
Andrew Gilliatt makes the prototypes for his fun, imaginative forms using MDF (a wood particle board) and a lathe. Then he slip casts them using various colored slips. But in today’s post, an excerpt from his new DVD Layers of Color, he explains that you don’t have to have a wood lathe for this… Read More »
Immerse yourself in a weekend full of discovering surface techniques that start with building the form and continue right through to the firing process. If you’re in need of a creative jump start, then this is the conference for you. Spend three hours with each of the presenters, Andrew Gilliatt, Sarah Jaeger, Lisa Orr, and Mark Peters.
After several rounds of narrowing down, revisiting, heated debate, and in-depth discussion, the editors of Ceramics Monthly chose fourteen deserving artists for the 2012 Emerging Artists issue. And today, I am presenting them to you. All of these talented artists have been pursuing a career in studio ceramics for ten years or less, and their… Read More »