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Brazilan ceramic, raku, adornments, decorative pottery
David and Margaret Frith set up their first workshop in 1963. Their reputations are well established. David with his mastery of the potter’s wheel makes majestic pieces decorated with his personal style of waxed motifs under heavy reduction overglazes and glaze trailing. Margaret concentrates on individual porcelain with carved decoration or coloured glazes as well […]
Three potters produce the hand made pottery which ranges from wheel-thrown kitchenware to sculptural slab pottery.
Handcrafted Stoneware pottery.Gordon Bryan — Potter
Stoneware pottery – slab, thrown, altered, complex construction. Local materials. Adirondack High peaks. Upstate NY. Huge collection of links. Web design.
$205.00 per an eight week session Individualized instruction, all skill levels All classes are ongoing. Fee includes: Recycled clay and 2 cu ft. firing space Access to facilities whenever a member is present Current class sessions: o Tuesday: 7:00-10:00 PM, Diane Amaral, Instructor, wheel throwing/general * o Wednesday: 7:00-10:00 PM, Bob Johnson, Instructor, wheel throwing/general […]
Studios and sales gallery for 18 clay artists.
Ben Owen III is a potter from Seagrove, North Carolina. His forefathers came to North Carolina from England as early as 1756 to ply their craft and furnish storage jars and other utilitarian wares for the early settlers. Ben’s grandfather, master potter Ben Owen, Sr., admired early oriental pottery displayed in museums and collections and […]