Another bisc kiln to join the other pots waiting to be glazed. I have much to finish off and yet I am still making new work. Still, once everything is sorted hopefully there will suddenly be loads of new pieces to show. I am cautiously glazing the Waterboys one by one gradually building up confidence in the clay and glaze fit. Show More Summary
If you want to stay in tune with what I'm doing, the best place to find me is through my Instagram feed @joytannerpottery, or at my Facebook page: www.facebook.com/joytannerpottery. The days for long blog posts are few and far between as life speeds up and fills in all around me. Show More Summary
This class with Raina Lee Scott is for beginning Etsy sellers who are ready to open their Etsy shop for the first time, or for established Etsy sellers who want to give their shop new life and learn how to get more views and sales! We will go over photography: consistency, lighting, backdrops and scenarios. Show More Summary
Treasure hunt in Milwaukee!Find out all about Hide-N-Seekah in this post at Musing About Mud: On your mark, get set, HIDE-N-SEEK!!!: 62 artists to follow on Instagram — 25 pieces to be found HIDE-N-SEEKAH is hiding 25 pieces of ceramic art in Milwaukee,...
Used Ceramic Kiln -- FREE Crusader Kiln, 9 cubic feet, with stand Kiln Sitter (Model LT-3) • Crusader Kiln, Model 2748, 240 V, 42 Amps, 9 cubic feet.• Interior 27" high, 23" dia.• Clean interior, most bricks are in very good shape (one or two may need minor repair). Show More Summary
Installing a New Electric Kiln – Part 1Safety ConsiderationsBefore Installation there are many things to consider before installing your new electric kiln. Actually, there are many things you should consider before BUYING a new kiln including amount of space, ventilation capability and electrical supply. Show More Summary
It continues to be cold, I continue my dormancy, waiting for Spring, waiting for warm......drinking tea, baking bread, making soups, I made a few necklaces, I am bored to tears with this weather.Our new cup and tray are getting lots of use. Show More Summary
Check out this blog for viewing some great cups:http://artceteragallery.blogspot.com/p/cups-ii.html
I promised myself not to make excuses for my 12x12 tardiness, because your time is valuable to me, but it has spurred some thoughts. Time is our most precious commodities as creative people. It takes time to make our stuff. Yet time is something I give freely when asked. Show More Summary
Looking for a place to practice your skills while learning some new tricks? Join Donna Flanery for Intermediate Wheel Throwing. Thursday evenings 6:30-9pm starting March 27. Click here to register online.
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This little teapot sits tucked into a corner of my kitchen counter, always ready, willing and able to brew just the right amount of tea to get my day started. It takes a level teaspoon if the the tea leaves are 'fines'...a heaping spoonful if it's whole leaf. Show More Summary
March already? Now really come on, this is getting ridiculous is it not?Doesn’t time fly! Hell it fair seems to be whizzing along these days. I know, I know it’ll be an age thing.I’ve been quietly making pots and … Continue readin...
Our Tibetan New Year got off to a happy start yesterday as one of my new prayer rosaries was purchased by a very sweet art supporter I have known for a few years now. I hope the good karma I feel for these rosaries travels with her always!...Show More Summary
I got the message from "my coach" and good friend, Ron Philbeck, to "go make some pots" this morning.So I did! (after all the office work that was past due.) It was a sloppy 12 x 12 and they came a little after noon, but they are done and I'm off and running for the day. Show More Summary
Evelyn and her Carole Epp mug. Happy monday y'all! next up, 12x12. then maybe Heat pt. 2arghh, time!
work by Doug Baldwin at Baltimore Clayworks.I enjoyed his humorous work......... death by ceramics?
Well, it is March, however little it may feel like spring. Just back from a great meeting of the Central Maine Clay Artists. Usually I hate meetings - one of my downfalls in office environments - but these are fun, like hanging out with friends. Show More Summary
Here are some more images from Maggie Jones at Turtle Island Pottery:http://www.turtleislandpottery.com/#!galleries/cay5
The Beauty You Love: Clay Club Olympics: Once a month Clay Club meets at a designated potter’s studio in Western North Carolina. If my schedule, obsession with my own work, and i...