Ben May I have been making pottery for the last 20 years. From the raw lump of clay to the finished functional piece.
Clay Savely Functional hand-built stoneware ceramics comprised of complex impressions of Appalachian ferns, leaves, flowers and tree bark inlaid in mandalas and landscape themes and then fossilized into the clay with iron oxides. Earth [...]
Scott Supraner We create a unique collection of handcrafted stoneware. Each piece is embossed with original designs and hand painted with lead-free glaze. All pieces are ovenproof, dishwasher and microwave safe. Some pieces are [...]
Linda Winegar The majority of our functional and decorative stoneware pottery is created on the potter's wheel. Many pieces are enhanced with hand-embossed or carved patterns, hand-formed leaves and acorns, and sometimes semi-precious gemstones. [...]
I am a historic redware potter since 1986. I employ historic folk art on slab technique redware pottery. I use mason stain and slip and underglazes.
A Contemporary Adaptation of a Traditional Craft Each porcelain ornament or egg features colorful raised detail, providing both visual and textural elements. I strive to convey an emotion with every piece, the response being unique to each individual. Memories of [...]
My handcrafted Holiday Chalkware figurines are inspired by the original chalkware pieces made in Europe a century ago. They are created from my collection of antique chocolate molds; most of which are German and French and date from 1880 to [...]
We create redware pottery informed by the traditions of the 18th century in Great Britain and the American colonies. Using traditional wheel-throwing techniques mastered over the course of four decades of working in clay, we create everyday wares typical of [...]
Combination of clay and pine needle basketry. The basketry is done using a coiling technique with long leaf pine needles, that I gather from the forest floor in the southeastern United States. Needles range from ten to sixteen inches in [...]
As a clay artist of thirty-eight years , my construct and intent for the creations of my hands and mind are simple . I am trying to bring into the world objects which impart a feeling and mentality of beauty [...]
Fine craft must begin with a solid command of the use of materials and processes, then combine with the artist's creativity. The very first time I sat down at a potter's wheel I felt this desire to achieve craftsmanship combined [...]
Mike Baum We make functional and decorative stoneware pots that are fired in a gas-reduction kiln. By combining aesthetics and utility, our pots are both useful and attractive. Our apprenticeship with potters in England plus [...]
Maureen Mills & Steven Zoldak Bridging Old World traditions with a contemporary sensibility these functional and decorative forms have an elegant calligraphic style that is unique. From stately urns to serving platters, the inspirations [...]
Winton and Rosa Eugene Since 1986, we have successfully developed a unique line of functional and decorative stoneware. We maintain a working pottery studio and enjoy a successful retail, mail order, and commission business. [...]
Patricia Miller I have been creating stoneware pottery pieces for 12 years, and studied under David Norton for 8 years. I enjoy trying out new shapes and new types of surface decorations, such as [...]