Since the mid-1970s, ceramic artist Peter King has been combining his experience in the building industry with his love for … Read More
During drying and firing of clay, the phenomenon whereby a clay piece will “remember” the way it was formed and will often shrink specifically according to the forming method. If not accommodated, memory can aggravate a variety of drying and firing faults. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
For the April 2011 edition of Staff Picks, Bill Jones, editor of Pottery Making Illustrated, Sherman Hall, of Ceramics Monthly … Read More
An installation of busts pays homage to an artist’s classmates of 40 years ago, blending personal reminiscence with historical and … Read More
Draped Series Arches, 22 in. (56 cm) in height, low-fire slip, soda fired,2009.
Draped Series, Untitled #2, 2 ft. (1.2 m) … Read More
Familiarity evokes memory and I look to this association to present nostalgia through form. My reference to rural American architecture … Read More
We live in an era where indirect forms of communication have become standard. Cell phones, internet messaging and e-mail have … Read More