Stoneware Pottery

    • Artist Potters

      Artist Potters As ARTIST POTTERS we seek to infiltrate art into daily life. As artists we are enmeshed in an endlessly evolving process of seeing and capturing life. Ideas, results and changes are constants as well as requirements. Our best work grows from a stream of objects that is const…

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    • Frog Pond Pottery

      Frog Pond Pottery My formal training is in the field of chemical engineering where I earned my degrees over 40 years ago. I became seriously interested in pottery over 35 years ago with my first teacher being my art teacher spouse, Judy Hesselberth. For a period of several years I learned fr…

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    • Eduardo Lazo

      Eduardo Lazo My mission as a ceramic artist is to create museum quality vessels and sculptures that reflect a vision of the contemporary while radiating presence.The pieces should speak to the viewer, enhance their environment, and evoke the changing moment. This does not mean that they will al…

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    • Arts Crafts Pottery and Tiles

      Arts Crafts Pottery and Tiles Suzanne Crane grew up in a family of botanists and bird-watchers in Wisconsin, but now lives in Central Virginia, on the east Suzanne Crane throwing potteryside of the Blue Ridge Mountains. After earning a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in English and C…

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    • Jan Cannon Pottery

      Jan Cannon Pottery   I stopped making pottery in 2005 to return to filmmaking but have kept this website up as a "legacy" site since then.  In March, 2011 I made some design changes to the site and deleted some pages that were unnecessary.   The pictures are old and low resolution but I think…

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    • Galerie Besson

      Galerie Besson   My formal training is in the field of chemical engineering where I earned my degrees over 40 years ago. I became seriously interested in pottery over 35 years ago with my first teacher being my art teacher spouse, Judy Hesselberth. For a period of several years I learned from…

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    • Cachela Pottery

      Cachela Pottery Daniel Slack Thirty years of dedication to the art of pottery has led Daniel Slack to the distinctive forms and glaze technique that sets his art apart from other ceramic artists. The electric firing process, while gaining in popularity, has long been considered a second-ra…

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    • Jon Price Ceramics

      Jon Price Ceramics As a third-generation potter, ceramics has been very important to me all my life. I started throwing on the wheel and compounding my own glazes when I was ten years old. For many years I worked in raku and stoneware. Then in 1989 I made my first crystalline-glazed vase,…

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    • Motzkin

      Motzkin The work of Judith Motzkin has been exhibited nationally and internationally with her unique “flame painted” clay works represented in the permanent collection of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.She as had four solo exhibitions of mixed media work, including series revolving around te…

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    • Clementina

      Clementina In the scenic Groenfontein Valley between Calitzdorp and the majestic Swartberg Mountains in the Klein Karoo, Clementina van der Walt and Albie Bailey have set up a gallery and studio on the farm Kraaldoring. The gallery hosts several exhibitions a year, and the working studio is of…

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    • Jane Perryman

      Jane Perryman   For many years my work has investigated the vessel through traditional techniques of handbuilding, burnishing and smoke firing. Recently I have developed ideas which allude to the timeless vessel form as well as referencing contemporary urban structures such as buildings, wall…

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    • Jan Schachter

      Jan Schachter   I first encountered clay at age 6, sculpting animals in the basement of a hobbyist / ceramics teacher in Queens, New York. I intermittently continued building with clay throughout grade school. In high school an art teacher demonstrated throwing on the wheel and encouraged my…

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    • Jesse Hull

      Jesse Hull   Of all that ceramic art encompasses, it is the chemistry of the glaze that calls to me the most. The practice of cataloging, grinding, and measuring components of the earth, combining these in the right quantities, then heating them to a predetermined glass structure certainly tr…

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    • The Art of Mexico

      The Art of Mexico Artful, primitive, and majestic, The Art of Mexico in cooperation with Cocuchas.com (pronounced co-cu-CHAS) offers the highly sought after museum-quality, giant ceramic cocucha pottery vessels (BIG pots) made of volcanic clay from the pueblo Purépecha, Cocucho, Michoacan, M…

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    • Susan Wills

      Susan Wills My artistic goal is to create a strong visual element, a pleasing combination of positive form and negative space. I strive to develop a line of work that is decorative, contemporary and unique. Seemingly functional vessels that may have a bit of mystery about their actual practi…

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    • Vicki Hardin

      Vicki Hardin This site showcases the ceramic works of Vicki Hardin that are fired with pit fire and raku techniques.    Here  you may visit Vicki's online gallery and find out where her work is shown. What is Raku?Raku is a Japanese inspired method of firing that creates unpredictable s…

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    • Pottery by Design

      Pottery by Design < style="text-align: justify;"> In an attempt to provide a vessel of quiet beauty, which is soothing to the senses, I have focused on employing primitive smoke firing techniques to finely burnished clayware. Uncomplicated forms are meticulously burnished by hand until they a…

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    • Rob Drexel

      Rob Drexel Way back in that innocent time ‘bout 1955, Rob was born to the quintessential middle-class post-WW II American family in Phila, PA. Rob grew up in the emotional devastation of a normal, nice family where the only really decent thing for him to have done with his life was be a doct…

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