It used to be thought that crystalline glazes were only possible in an oxidation atmosphere. But as many more potters … Read More
For many of us, space constraints and/or financial constraints make it unpractical to have kilns in our studios. For me, … Read More
There are a lot of traditional reduction glaze recipes out there, and they are typically formulated for firing at cone … Read More
Probably every aspiring ceramic artist has pondered at great lengths how to make pottery their full time gig. Making a … Read More
Clay tools are a potter’s best friend–especially homemade tools designed to be perfect for specific tasks. Just by doing some … Read More
Ceramic Arts Network: How did the idea of the Quarantine Clay Club Kit come about?
Forrest Lesch-Middelton: As I am sure … Read More