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Artists of the Day / John Martelle and Liz Vercruysse / Herman, Nebraska

Ceramics is one of my favorite art forms, and one of the oldest in human history.  I particularly like wood fired work, the most primitive of firing methods.  It feels that one can see and touch all of humanity’s past … 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 / Jay / JLW Ceramics

“I love working with clay and all the possibilities it holds. From creation of form to the countless finishes, it is the medium of choice for the creative at heart. Most of my work is fully functional and food safe. … Continue reading

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