We recently increased our stock of bisqueware! More pottery, figurines, and decorative shapes are available than ever before. Come in, choose a piece, and apply color. Add decorative stamps and even lettering to your work to customize it further. Truly make it your own. We fire it for you and call you when it’s ready. It’s that […]
Our revamped throwing tutorials have been reprinted and placed over the wedging tables. There’s no excuse now… Get in here and throw!
A great introductory clay project is the humble piggy bank. We see a lot of really cute ones coming through the studio. These three are awaiting their first firing.
Freshly-thrown plates set out to dry…
Potters often stamp their work with some kind of personal symbol, a mark that identifies each piece as theirs. In the U.S., this “Maker’s Mark” is often the potter’s initials arranged in some stylized way. MIY member, Mike Kunitz, recently collected the maker’s marks from all of the regulars at the studio and compiled them […]
This figure by MIY member Emma has just been sprayed with a dark slip before firing. It was sculpted from a clay she was not familiar with (Highwater’s Riverside Grit), so she ran a test and fired a sample to cone six. Unsatisfied with the color of the results, she opted for the slip […]
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 […]
I found a blog for Potter http://pattybilbro.blogspot.com and she has some really great pictures for inspiration Below is from Jessica Lee Mayfield. Ceramics Blog and Pictures Another stunning glaze combo by Marissa Domansky I have to try the above with our Studio nutmeg Glaze and Lavandar. The color combination here is just stunning.
IMG_4087, originally uploaded by miyCeramics Studio. Janice’s dolls and Mikes “stuff”
IMG_4091, originally uploaded by miyCeramics Studio. Hello bowls