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One of the most exciting things about being a ceramic artist is that there is ALWAYS room to grow. In pottery making, there is always something new to learn, always something to discover. And the best part is, potters and ceramic artists are some of the most generous people out there when it comes to sharing their pottery techniques.
Case in point: Pottery Making Illustrated. In every issue of Pottery Making Illustrated, both up-and-coming and established potters and ceramic artists share their techniques, tips, and information for the studio in a beautifully illustrated format.
Find the best pottery techniques in every issue.
Whether you are relatively new to ceramics, or you’re a professional artist, you will always find something to inspire you or help you solve a problem in your studio when you peruse the pages of Pottery Making Illustrated. With articles on throwing, handbuilding, sculpture, decorating, and firing, Pottery Making Illustrated covers every aspect of the studio ceramic process. In each new issue, you’ll find:
- Up-to-date information on tools, supplies, and materials for the ceramic studio
- Fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions on exciting pottery techniques from some of the most talented artists working today
- New glaze recipes to help you develop the best surfaces for your work
- The center of every issue offers the Tear-Out-and-Try Poster featuring great pottery techniques that you can hang on your studio walls
Since the first issue was published in 1998, the magazine has filled a much-needed spot in the world of ceramic art by offering studio potters timely information on materials, techniques, supplies, and equipment. Like you, Pottery Making Illustrated’s editors are actively engaged in producing handmade functional pottery, sculpture, and tile so they know what kind of information potters and ceramic artists need. In each issue, you’ll benefit from content picked for you by artists just like you.