Our website is LosZorrosStudios.com and includes a link to our Etsy site. We also have a facebook page at facebook.com/LosZorrosStudios. Travis throws and I carve... way more info on the site! I've attached some images. (828) 279-0830 LosZorrosStudios@gmail.comThanks so much!Cristal Rose and Travis Fox
Went for a short ride yesterday and found plenty of snow on the Roan!
See more of Shana's delightful work here.
We have had a lot of new folks come to Clay Club and I was wondering if anyone would send me images of their work I could post with a link to your websites or Facebook pages. That way we can get to know who is who.
If anyone has Kaopaque or Velva-cast in the Asheville/Penland area, David Eichelberger needs some and would love to buy it from you at a reasonable email@example.com
We had a nice time at the Clay Club last night. We want to thanks Stephanie Moore and Jennifer Halli for inviting us to meet there and staying late for our visit.The space is beautiful and they have lots of stuff planned for the future. Show More Summary
There seems to be a bit of confusion on this issue recently, especially with the addition into the marketplace of Laguna's Air Dry Clay which does not need a kiln in order to harden.It's clay...right?Yes. So if the material is clay, then it must be ceramic... Show More Summary
Hey it's almost spring, right? I had these lovely leafy green beads and thought I'd group them together. They will make a wonderful nature themed piece of jewelry.Click here to see them in my Etsy Store
I don't really make platters. I mean, I don't not make platters; I'm not morally opposed to platters. But they are messy to make, slinging a lot of slurry around, and they have a really high loss rate due to warping, cracking, and big bubbly blobs of soda glaze landing on them. Show More Summary
According to the Asheville Citizeins Times:"Landmark craft publishing house Lark Books will close its offices in downtown Asheville and move into parent Sterling Publishing Co.’s New York office, a spokesperson confirmed Wednesday morning.“Sterling...Show More Summary
River Arts District restaurant The Bull & Beggar collaborates with local artists on Pairing Elements: An Artful Dining Experience ASHEVILLE, NC -- Matthew Dawes and Drew Wallace, co-owners of the Bull & Beggar, are excited to present Pairing Elements, an evening to celebrate art, food, and collaboration. Show More Summary
THE PARADOX OF OUR AGE We have bigger houses but smaller families;more conveniences, but less time;We have more degrees, but less sense;more knowledge, but less judgement;more experts, but more problems;more medicines, but less healthiness;We've...Show More Summary
I had fun making these nuggets. I impressed a flower texture on each sprig and when it came time to glaze, added a light blue underglaze. To see them in my Etsy store: Click Here
Thanks to all of you for coming along on this journey with us through my blog. My stats are way up this month, lots of readers. Thanks also for your wonderful comments and emails. I have been really slack in commenting but I have read your comments and shared them with Wesley and Gerry. Show More Summary
Here is this week's FB Ceramic Index. I am just showing you the top 20 and have changed the format a bit. If you are interested in looking at the artist's pages, you should be able to click on their names to be magically transportedShow More Summary
Found these sweet heart beads in my stash, decided to photograph them. I wonder if I have more? I don't think so.... I believe this was a combination of two glazes (one with blue crystals) because I had a bit left in each jar and was curious as to how they would turn out. Show More Summary
Clay Club Feb. 19, 2014 We will have Clay Club this coming Wednesday February 19, 2014 from 6 - 8:30 p.m. at the Center For Craft Creativity and Design in Asheville.They are in the newly renovated Lark Books space on Broadway (aka Merrimon)...Show More Summary
Fifteen days ago I was busy preparing our house for our guests, two Tibetan monks, coming here to create a peace mandala to raise money for their monastery and promote compassion. I had no idea what to expect and I was a bit nervous with anticipation of what was to come. Show More Summary
Heartfelt blogging at its best. Tony Clennell: Brought home friends