Category Archives: Adele Bee Ann’s Featured Potter
Considering the simple decoration that’s found on 17th & 18th Century redware plates, cups, pans, and even crocks, it’s easy to imagine that a settlement, such as Jamestown Colony, was a place where “simple living” pervaded one’s everyday life. Tulips, … finish reading Ron Philbeck: Applying Sgraffito Decorated Redware to Spiritize His Art
Ok, I promise not to make this a habit (funny-bone speaking), but I couldn’t help but share this image taken by SPA’s Adele Bee Ann of her cat, Perci, wearing a square of whole wheat as if she’s getting set to … finish reading Ok, So Breading Your Cat Has Nothing to Do With Pottery!
Y wing – teapot and stand Have you ever gotten caught in an up, down, left, right and seemingly pretzel-logic infused spiral, thus forgetting to do something on your “things to do” list? Oh, of course you haven’t. Neither … finish reading Distinctive Clay…Clay Ward, That Is
Among the many things I love about Etsy is the discovery of someone else’s good idea. I call them a “Why didn’t I think of that” item (then I smack myself in the forehead, like on a V8 commercial). Well, not … finish reading Adele Bee Ann’s Featured Potter…Karan’s Pots and Glass…A Good Idea Made Better
4″ x 5″ barrel racing cowgirl mug, painted in underglaze on the outside surface After some tussling with hurricane Irene (and I hope I don’t see this Irene in my dreams) and subsequent flooding etc. I was thrilled to see … finish reading Be Still My Heart, I’m in Love with Morris Pottery!
Dish with curly feet Twisting, curling, bright and swirling are words that come to mind when viewing the ceramics of Colorado’s Mary Judy. Her one-of-a-kind, hand-built originals are post modern in style and her flair for artistically askew forms and … finish reading Mary Judy Puts the F-U-N in Funky Ceramics
Lemonade pitcher and tumblers Tartness can be ever so sweet when served from the pottery of Minnesota’s William Cook. Imagine yourself relaxing on your porch or dangling your feet over the edges of a hammock on a sizzling summer’s day. … finish reading Pottery with a Twist – The Refreshing Work of William Cook
I initially encountered the ceramic creations of Seattle, Washington artist, Eva Funderburgh, when visiting Esty for the first time in August of 2010. I entered “studio pottery” into the Etsy search engine and was provided a long list of work … finish reading Eva Funderburgh — Storytelling Through Sculpture
Congratulations to SPA’s Etsy team member Kate Hust, on being selected today’s Featured Potter at Team Studio Potter Archive. What an upbeat way to begin the new month! As it happens, I have wanted to record some of my … finish reading The Beloved Pottery of Kate Hust
Studio Potter Archive is, of course, dedicated to the studio potter, but where a potter’s repertoire consists of work found in other mediums, we can’t help but celebrate this fact too. Rose Mary Flint, of RoseMary’s Clay, also has an … finish reading Rose Mary Flint Sparks Much Creativity