Wood firing is done by a relatively small number of potters because wood kilns are labor intensive and sometimes not … Read More
Clay with insufficient plasticity—tends to fragment during forming. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
Molly Hatch interviews Deborah Schwartzkopf on her work, how she started, and her life as a working potter.
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As I have mentioned in this blog before, it’s not easy being green when you are a ceramic artist, but … Read More
A Look Into the Studio of Ceramic Sculptor Erin Furimsky, Plus a Reminder About Our Studio Tour Video Contest!
Greetings Ceramic Arts Daily readers! Today, I thought I would send another shout-out about our Studio Tour Video Contest. In … Read More
My studio is located behind my house in Saratoga Springs. Both structures were built in 1892, and the studio originally … Read More
If you’re a fan of contemporary ceramic sculpture, then you know that there is no shortage of innovative, expressive work … Read More
I am happy to announce that Three Great Throwing Techniques: Tips for Throwing Complex Pottery Forms Using Basic Throwing Skills … Read More
Ready to Send Your Rolling Pin Back to the Kitchen? Five Questions to Ask When Considering A Slab Roller
I don’t mean to dis rolling pins in this post. They have their purpose. In fact, I have a fondness … Read More