This blog profiles emerging ceramic artists and their approaches to establish themselves as successful artists. I will explores notions of success, entrepreneurship, and the validity of ceramics in contemporary culture. See More
This collection of work explores light hearted commentaries or humorous qualities in the realm of ceramic sculpture. These qualities can comprise of absurdity, irony, duality, translations, and/or can be found in the use of color, form, or movement.
"Hi Jason--are you the guy from the cover of the Humor in Craft book?? Nice! Yes, the technique is mishima. I incise fine lines with a swivel-blade exact-o knife and inlay with black velvet underglaze and wipe away the excess with a…"
"Fine Art Metalwork Restorer
Fine Art Metalwork Restorer
Application deadline: May 31st 2015
A well established metalwork restoration company based in Surrey is seeking an experienced Fine Art Metalwork Restorer.
"Our 7 Studios will be open, and you will have the chance to meet our newest tenants: Richard Walker (Gilder) and Catharine Russell (Ceramicist).
Open Studios provides the perfect opportunity to visit Making Space, chat to all the tenants, see their…"
Parallel Planes Brooch V, 2012. From the La Geometrie series.Come along to Pratt Fine Arts Center here in Seattle and learn how to use liquid enamel for steel and copper from one of the best in the north-west… ME!“We’re…See More
A Conversation about Stone Cutting with Jean-Noel SoniSpecializing in Award Winning, Original Gemstone Cutting. Friday, May 8, 20156-7:30pmLillstreet Loft4437 N. Ravenswood Ave, ChicagoJean will bring along a great assortment of Gem Quality rough crystals as well as cut gems. This may include a 44ct Tourmaline and a Spectrum Award winning 24ct Color Change Garnet. He will have many other fine examples of cut stones to show and discuss. The evening will begin with a “show and tell” about the…See More