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    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay
    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay
    • Artist
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (Individual)

    Recognized by the Mass Cultural Council's "Keeper of Tradition" award and the Early American Life Magazine's "Directory of American Artisan". Research and make of American redware since 1979. Found in the Abraham Lincoln Museum, the Bennington Museum, Sto

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Galleries / Exhibition Spaces

    A retired Nurse Anesthetist, Richard Boyd took his first pottery course in the 1960's while attending nursing school. In his word's, "now after 40+ years as a potter I am still amazed with the process of transforming balls of clay into works of art.

    • Artist
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (Individual)

     We met while attending the Kansas City Art Institute where Phil majored in painting and Gail majored in Industrial Design. We both minored in ceramics with Ken Ferguson and pottery became our love. In 1978 our talents were put to use when we founded River Hill Pottery.

    • Creative Business
    New Hampshire
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay
    • Creative Business
    Vermont
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay
    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay

    Contemporary Ceramics that are truly one of a kind, utilitarian pots, all handmade by clay artist George Pearlman and some of the best contemporary clay artists in America. The St. George Pottery is located on route 131 in St. George, Maine.In the summer

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Galleries / Exhibition Spaces

    Studio pottery focusing on traditional forms. Each piece is high-fired stoneware pottery and individually made on the wheel.

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Clay

    Sandcastle Pottery has been handmade in the State of Maine on the lovely Pemaquid Penisula for 35 years. The patterns that adorn our pottery reflect the beautiful outdoors of Maine. Such as Seashell, Lighthouse, Moose, Loon, Ladyslipper, Lupine to name a

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