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Artist of the Day / Chris Lawley / Wales

I love Chris’ statement so much that I might have posted it even without the evidence of his interesting work. “Rusting, corroding and disintegrating found metal objects inspire my practice. As the form related to their functions wanes with decay, … Continue reading

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Making It / Ceramic Wood Fired Kiln Firing / Ike Vega

Ike Vega (Artist of the Day Apr. 16) sent me these great photos of the firing of the Anagama wood fired kiln.  The entire firing and cooling process takes almost three weeks!  I really appreciate him taking the time to … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Isaac Vega / Sacramento, California

I like ‘real’ earthy pottery.  Things that I could imagine were made a thousand years ago.  I’m not ‘into’ pretty or cute in any sort of art, actually.  These pieces, mostly, were fired in wood fired kilns over periods of … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Annamarie Poole

I love Annamarie’s take on traditional ceramic vessels. “I have my own small studio and a large gas kiln in my back yard. Except for my “day job” I live and breath clay. My pottery is wheel thrown in porcelain … Continue reading

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Artists of the Day / John and Diane Dietrich

“John Dietrich discovered his love of making things and playing with clay as a boy on ‘Clay Mountain’ in Appleton, WI. He realized later that his dream was to have his own factory, and he’s done that in his studio.” … Continue reading

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