We're looking forward to visiting with you at Mica's Spring Opening Party Saturday, April 5 from 5-8PMlight refreshments & great companyhttp://www.micagallerync.comLotsa pots, plus glass, metal, wood, sculpture, and flat art. And new this year: Bakersville Artists and Businesses are open on Saturday evening forA Stroll to welcome visitors.Enjoy artwork and local eats.
It was kinda funny today as I was riding my bike I noticed that with all the tall straight trees and the lack of foliage the road appeared to be a very long UPC code. Especially when going fast. Probably a modern observation?!
Entire Lot $850. Call 828-734-4921 if interested. Located in Asheville River Arts District. Pedestals: 28 total, in various sizes (12 two-foot, 10 three-foot, 6 four-foot tall). White with white tile tops. Two Large Display Shelves (white) - one of the two shelves is shown above. NOT fold-able. Two Large, Folding Displays (white). Shown side-by-side above.
I just inloaded a kiln full of pots and will be shipping the best of the bunch to Dallas for this weekend's Dallas Pottery Invitational. I can't wait to see all of the potters and their pots at the show. Maybe I will see some of you?...Show More Summary
Hickory Nut Gap Farm Camp is looking for two more potters to work this summer.This is a great summer position for students!Details and contact information:When: June 16 - July 18, 2014; M-F 8:30am - 4:30pmWhere: Fairview, NC (8 miles...Show More Summary
I am choosing pots for my upcoming exhibition at the Cooley Gallery in Leesburg, Va. The opening is this Friday night, April 4th, from 6 - 9pm. I have participated in very few exhibitions over the years and when I have, they have tended to be as part of a larger group show. Show More Summary
Check it out!http://akardesign.com/shows/index.asp
Looks like our weekend has gotten off to a good start!Our old college friend Corky came over from Greensboro and we made Noodle Soup together and downloaded Hearthfire for Skyrim on our Xbox and proceeded to act like we were still nineteen, which in actuality we are..... Show More Summary
Midwestern State University? Ceramics Department?? Dates of Residency: August 15, 2014 through August 15, 2015 (one year minimum, renewable for up to two years) Application Deadline : Position is open until filled. Priority is given to applications received by Friday, April 11, 2014. Show More Summary
Today I have been mainly working out whether I can use my slab roller to print from my etching plates. Here is the results. Thank you to my film making elf.
I’m sitting here in my studio looking out the window a deluge of rain. Someone told me that when it rains here, its “like a cow peeing on a rock”. Of course that’s not exactly the wording he used, but its a fitting Southern colloquialism. It is what one would call “a real frog [...]
In addition to preparing for my firing - which is starting to remind me of those kind of recurring dreams where you are trying, trying to get somewhere and things keep interrupting you: a long, slow train, you forgot something, your car door won't close, and so on - I have been working on promotional materials for the Maine Pottery Tour. Show More Summary
Yo Clubbers,I got nothing for April 9, 2014 Clay Club so unless someone has something?? I will probably cancel. Got a great event for May I will tell you about later.Let me know, John Britt
Amelia Stamps "Jar"The Department of Art at the University of North Carolina Asheville is pleased to present the 2014 Invitational Art Exhibition: Four Alumni from March 21 – April 8, 2014. The community is invited to join us in celebrating...Show More Summary
Hard to miss these big boys. Time for Spring!!
Boo Boo hopes so!
The ceramic world has lost another legend: Don Reitz passed away this week. Such as he hardly needs some blogger in pajamas to post images in order to be an inspiration; nevertheless, I will.Everybody dies. If we live long, well loved,...Show More Summary
As promised, here are some of the earliest things I made while in college. The photos are rough but I still enjoy remembering those early days as I began to explore the possibilities and the limits of clay. I was lured to the ceramics class during my freshman year at S.U.C. Show More Summary
Ellen is reaching for the sky! Patricia is calling these "butter temples" because "dishes" just doesn't seem to cover it!