Lists individual artists working primarily with stoneware.
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Adamieion Ceramic Art Studio
Functional and decorative pottery inspired from life and nature of Zakynthos Island. Images, biography, technical information, road map, satellite maps of area.
Amelia Island Pottery
Ceramic artist Doug Jones pottery workshop and studio producing coastal themed, wheel thrown, hand built and sculptural. Gallery, locations and show schedule. Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Artwork by Marvin Bartel
Emeritus Professor of Art, Goshen College, features pottery, ceramic tiles, sinks, and stoneware sculpture and furniture.
Bruce Murray: Potter
Stoneware galley includes functional ware, barnabas drawings, wall tiles and plaques and lamps. Provides directions, map and information on summer workshops. Bradford, Vermont.
High fire stoneware pottery by Tom Abel. Gallery, contact information and list of galleries where work is displayed.
Recent works and teapots by North Carolina potter with artist comments. Handmade stoneware.
David Lawrence Fry Ceramics
Pottery inspired by the glazes and forms of the early ceramics from China and Japan; produced in high fired stoneware. Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
Duck Creek Pottery
Hand thrown and altered stoneware pottery by Sylvia Coppola. Images, upcoming events, and brief biography. Indian Trail, North Carolina.
Duffhues, Jo and Vic
Vancouver Island potters in raku and stoneware. Explanations of techniques, road map to gallery.
Erik Bright Ceranics
Black and white vessels, ceramic prints, and large scale works using the sgraffito technique. Images of the works and the process, resume, and exhibition information.
Sculpture gallery includes statement, biography, resume, reviews, and images both of individual works and of gardens.
Includes information about the potter, the studio, galleries and shows, and pottery classes. Bailey, North Carolina.
Functional Stoneware by John Macomber. Includes galleries, description of classes and directions. South Windsor, Connecticut.
Hand Built Ceramics by Sylvia Hacker
Stoneware clay fired to high temperatures in a large butane gas fast-fire kiln, or oxidize-fired in a small electric kiln. Artist contact and exhibition information available.
Sculpture and assemblage of mixed media as well as traditional stoneware in the Bizen-style.
Heather I. L. Pedersen
High-fired stoneware gallery of California based ceramist. Includes shows and sales, description of workshops, and artist statement.
High Street Pottery
Julian Bellmont produces hand thrown and turned high fired stoneware. Includes gallery, biography and process.
Gallery of South African potter showing original works decorated mostly with African wildlife. The artist is especially well-known for his handcrafted wash basins.
Altered wheel-thrown functional stoneware. Gallery, biography, curriculum vitae.
Cycladic and neolithic influences in collectable pottery and sculpture. Accepts commissions. Curriculum vitae and images.
Handmade stoneware pottery created by Chris Jones of Amelia Island, Florida.
Kim Ellington Pottery
Catawba Valley pottery using local clay, alkaline glaze and wood-fired kiln. Online gallery and schedule of shows.
Lasse Östman, Potter
Swedish potter provides galleries of wheel thrown stoneware and porcelain works. Glaze recipes, materials analyzer and technical notes. Swedish, English and German.
Mad Tea Pottery
A collection of unusual teapots by Los Angeles artist Samuel Goldstein. Teapots are vitrified clay, stoneware clay that was reduction fired at Cone 10. Image galleries and contact details.
Venezuelan ceramic artist making functional and contemplative stoneware pieces. Sculptured spirit. Statement of artist and images of recent works.
Marianela Borsten specializes in contemporary functional and decorative objects. Stoneware and Raku. Based in Miami, Florida.
Old Patagonia Pottery
Artist Marty Frolick creates wheel-thrown pieces sculpted into original nature and wildlife works. Online galleries, show schedule, and biography.
Wood fired pottery and large scale ceramic vessels and sculpture. Artist, collections, and exhibition information available.
Provides gallery of stoneware pottery using letter press text for surface decoration. Minnesota-based potter, Pete Anderson provides an overview of the making process, and biographical information.
Features information on the glazing and firing process, artist background information, show and gallery locations, a list of publications and articles written by this well known potter, and galleries of previous and recent pieces. Rhayader, Wales.
Pillers Studio Clay
Archival gallery of the functional and decorative stoneware of Robert and Beverly Pillers.
Pine Mills Pottery
Features wood-fired stoneware by Gary Hatcher and Daphne Roehr Hatcher.
Red Hill Pottery
John Anthony makes wood fired pots for everyday use. Includes portfolio, recent firings and events.
Rick Mace Pottery
Galleries include Raku fired and stoneware works.
Specializes in functional stoneware pottery. Based in Thrall, Texas.
Selfridge Ceramic Art
Ceramic artists Carol and Richard Selfridge show their past and current work in illusionistic terra cotta majolica, porcelain and woodfired stoneware.
Presents portfolio of the artist's works which include various kitchen-ware and handmade bathroom sinks, and information about classes available at the studio.
Small gallery, artist's potting history, and examples of some of his production ware. Includes ceramic links, links to Alberta newspapers, and some digital images incorporating the artist's ceramic pieces.
Gallery of functional stoneware, teapots, and vases as well as background information on creator, and contact details.
Functional stoneware ceramics by Michel Roux. Cornwall, UK.
Images of his vessels and decorative ceramics, and a curriculum vitae.
Handmade pottery created in Abbotsford BC by Herman Venema. Information on classes, slide show gallery and brief biography of the potter.
Vinegar Hill Pottery
Hand thrown stoneware pottery and sculptural pieces. Provides information about the artist and the work. Includes many illustrations and how to order.
Wicked Winds Studio
Hand built raku and stoneware pottery, tiles, ornaments, and sculptures by Wendy S. Timm of Tucson, Arizona. Images with comments, biography, resume, exhibition information, gallery hours and map.
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