Chemical phenomenon where two materials in combination melt at lower temperature than either material by itself.
Images from Current and Upcoming Exhibitions … Read More
Nicole M. Curcio
Josh DeWeese, who teaches at Montana State University (MSU) in Bozeman and was formerly the resident artist director at the … Read More
When I begin each new piece, I have a few expectations for the final result. It must have structural integrity, … Read More
It began with a phone call. “What would you think about working on something about growlers?” Alexandra (Alex) Jelleberg, who … Read More
1 K&R bud vases, Rod’s Bod Clay from Aardvark Clay Company, AMACO Velvet underglaze, and Satin Matte White glaze, fired … Read More
1 Shrinkage curve for a cone 3 clay body. Note that the shrinkage reverses as the body begins to bloat … Read More
“Archie Bray Foundation 2015 Resident and Visiting Artists,”
at Belger Crane Yard Studios (www.redstarstudios.org) in Kansas City, Missouri, March 6–May 21.
[gallery … Read More
The elements were forged in nuclear furnaces inside stars. Ordinary stars like the sun burn hydrogen, two hydrogen atoms … Read More
“A Table!!! Sculpture et art de la table,”
at Galerie Terra Viva (www.terraviva.fr) in St. Quentin la Poterie, France, through January … Read More
Turn Up the Volume by Mark Cole
Paying attention to the visual beginning and ending at the foot and the lip … Read More