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…"
That was a week so jammed with things to do that I'm still reeling. It all started on Tuesday evening when I had three different, sequential events to go to, first of these being one of the School of Jewellery's intermittent lecture series, "Talking…See More
Lately we've been using our art to express the experience of living in a mega-metropolitan area (Los Angeles, in our case). Tribalism, in all its subtleties and extremes is part of navigating the urban jungle.Necklace, carved tagua nuts, sterling…
"Astonishing information from 2Roses. I wonder how you found this out, but the point is that artists continue to be offered "opportunities" that impoverish our field, all the while providing minimal compensation. I wonder does…"
"Interestingly, VCU average annual tuition fees (from their website) are $30,838 for out of state students, and $12,772 for in-state students respectively.
The school pays an adjunct instructor $36,000 per year.
The average annual salary of an…"