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Did you Know We sell Supplies?

At our studio we sell wet clay as well as COE96 raw fusible dichtoic and clear glass. You have the option of buying the clay at $20 for one 25 pound bag. You can also buy new and used pottery wheels, kilns and pottery and glass tools. We also repair kilns, pottery wheels, glass tools […]

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Bonsai Ceramics Pots|Planters

Enhance the charm and beauty of a bonsai trees with unique clay planters and pots in classical Japanese shapes hand made in our studio by our artists. Buy directly from us and save money.  We sell standard and custom-made (size, shape and style) bonsai tree pottery planters and pots.  If you are looking for the odd size, […]

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Clay Texture in Pots and Wheel throwing Videos

Texture on clay pots can come in many forms.  I have listed some examples as well as posted pictures from blogs of different potters. These are pictures from Joy Tanners blog.  She carves into leather hard clay to make beautiful assymetrical patters.  She fills in different patterns with engobes and then soda fires her clay […]

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Nerikomi Workshop

Colored Clay and Porcelain Workshop

Colored Clay and Porcelain Workshop! What is it: Nerikomi is a Japanese term that refers to pottery made from colored clay. It typically involves using porcelain clay’s infused with ceramic stains. What are we going to do: During this workshop you will learn how to make your own colored clay’s and how to use them […]

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Tiles Tiles Tiles

This is a hand painted 6 inch tile.  We got an email from chesapeakeceramics.com where they discuss things that you can do with a six inch tile.  Who ever thought to use at as a dry erase board.  Naturally the ceramic glaze surface is smooth and would be essentially a dry erase surface.  This of the […]

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Ideas for Thrown forms: Clay bird Houses

Check out this idea for thrown forms by Mea Rhee, the potter behind Good Elephant pottery.  I found her blog though my travels through the web for pottery blogs.  This image  of ceramic wheel thrown birdhouses it just too cute.   For  Deeper Dive into Mea Rhee’s outlook on Ceramics check out her blog article about […]

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Slip Over Red Clay

Recently one of our members Andy made some white slip out of the Helios porcelain clay from Highwater Clays that we carry.  He has been using slip to pain on his wheel thrown plates with really great results.  I love the way they pieces look raw, but the clear glaze that we mix doesn’t seem […]

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Quilted Ceramics By Amy Sanders

Amy Sanders uses stamp appliques and stamping to create these complete quilted forms.  Her inspiration comes from patterns of fabric and her history of sewing.  This is a handbuilt  flower bud vase.  I love here use of glaze color and finish to give the look of quilted fabric swatches.  Shiny and Matt glazes as well […]

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Bread Pots

Here is an idea for making ceramics pots for cooking.    JUDITH MOTZKIN MAKES WHEEL THROWN, STRONG, SIMPLE, UNGLAZED, COVERED STONEWARE POT FOR BAKING NO KNEAD AND OTHER BREADS. “BECAUSE I NEEDED ONE.”

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