High-fired vitreous ware, literally as hard and durable as stone. Matures from 2200-2400° F. (cone 5–11).
Lana Wilson uses texture and clay slip to decorate much of her work. It’s a a lot of fun to … Read More
Jen Allen has been interested in making art with other people since she was an undergraduate student. Her recent creative … Read More
After high firing in a gas kiln for 25 years, Wickford, Rhode Island, potter Harry Spring was forced by circumstances … Read More
Clay undergoes a remarkable transformation when fired in a kiln, changing in molecular structure as the kiln heats up and … Read More
Clay Tool Talk: Robin Hopper’s Advice on the Best Tools for Carving, Cutting, Scratching, and Slashing Clay
Almost anything can be used to make marks on clay – from found objects or repurposed kitchen utensils to handmade … Read More