This looks to be a really great workshop! We have 21 already and if we can get people to test at home then it will be like doing a 3 - 4 day workshop for the price of a 2 day!! This is the one to attend. ONLY $200 A PERSON!!!! When you sign up just tell Laura you want to run the tests and she will send a sheet and the videos of how to do it.
here for a few choice words?? see the post above. thanks ! sorry for the redundancy. or maybe you like seeing these pots again?! Thanks for reading the blog.
Last night I “finished” these jars and wondered where the time had gone. In this kind of zone I get lost in the learning of a new technique and the observation of something new and exciting emerging, but also heard the caution from the rational side of my wood kiln.
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22 years ago, on April 25th, this girl came into my life. She has been the biggest part of my life for 22 years and now she is about to graduate college and set her sails for untold adventures.Wes came home this weekend to celebrate her birthday with me and Gerry. Show More Summary
Ugh, I don't know about this:The Great British Pottery Throw Down is part of a new season of BBC Two season programmes announced on Tuesday. Made by the team behind The Great British Bake Off, the six-part series aims to find pottery's...Show More Summary
Free Workshop at Haywood Community College!"Mobile Payment Systems for Business Owners" When: Thursday, April 30, 2014 5-6:30pmWhere: HCC Room 201 Cost: FREE! Sign up: Call (828) 627.4512 to register today! Currently own a business,Show More Summary
Life has been strange, and strangely wonderful lately. First, I'm just gonna put something kinda uncomfortable out there. It may wreck your image of me as a highly successful potter. This year --so far--has been the very worst year for sales... Show More Summary
UNC Asheville's Department of Art and Art History will hold its annual Spring Art Sale from 4–7 p.m. on Friday, April 24, and 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on Saturday, April 25, in the S. Tucker Cooke Gallery, located on the ground floor of Owen Hall on campus. Show More Summary
What's more fun than scraping slip off of a pot?(don't say winning the lotto)Watching a hyper-lapse video of someone scraping slip off of a pot! (of course)
Rainy morning skies turned bright clear blue and my spirits lifted as I was just a little bit soggy from a lot of weekend rain and ever growing and deeper grass. Maybe my shoes need some more mink oil or something. Just wanted to throw...Show More Summary
I had to give up my studio several years ago and I made a horrible mistake. Being so upset about having to do this I sold over 100 or more tools for $50. I know, I know I was crazy. I really can't afford to re-buy them so I'm asking if any potter out there has doubles or more of one of their tools and can afford to give them away please contact me. Show More Summary
Asheville resident, Eric Knoche has established himself as a premier ceramic sculptor capturing the drama of wood firing on his graceful forms. Knoche’s command of slab and coil hand building has allowed him to produce works of impressionable scale. Show More Summary
The Duckpond Pottery is interested to find a studio assistant for the summer/fall of 2015. This position is especially for those with an adventurous spirit who have an interest in wood firing and working with native clay. Interest in natural building, kayaking, or wood fired hot tubs couldn't hurt either. Show More Summary
We are thawing out here in Chapel hill finally. Spring has arrived. Trees are green, flowers blooming. There are pinks and green everywhere. The sun comes out some days, but the skies have been cloudy this week with lots of rain. Enough to shoot our greens into mass production. Show More Summary
I made some plates back in February, using a mixture of red underglaze and porcelain slip. I promised to post the finished results, and lo, here they are: The claybody was less grey than I expected, but that PINK! Can't complain about that bright cinnamon pink.
It’s spring in the mountains. Grass is growing, flowers blooming, and customers are finally streaming into the showroom here at the pottery. This week I’ve been slogging through piles of stuff that has accumulated in my showroom in its winter dormancy. Show More Summary
This summer the Clay Studio at The Art of Living Retreat Center will be offering hand-building workshops + clay summer camps. For more information please email clay@ artoflivingretreatcenter.org or visit bitly.com/creativeclay For more information on the teacher, visit her website http://www.lauriecaffery.com/
Gabriella Schmid was a student of mine at the University of Florida in 2011. She is seeking a studio assistantship in the WNC region. See her message below. - Lindsay Rogers --- My name is Gabriella Schmid and I am looking for a studio potter in need of an apprentice! I am finishing up my last year at the University of Florida studying Ceramics. Show More Summary