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    • Artist
    Connecticut
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    The A.MUse Emporium of Loveliness is an Emporium of eclectic loveliness and unusual objects of desire for discerning Ladies and Gentlemen.

    • Artist
    Vermont
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Alison uses clay slabs to construct vessels and sculptural containers. Her works encompasses  drawings and simple printing in the development of the designs which are then sculpted in clay. She has been a teacher of art for many years in public and private schools.

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

    Amy has been working at her craft since 1970's. She received an M.A. in Ceramics from City College in New York, ran a pottery gallery and school in Brooklyn for several years and traveled to Japan where she learned about Japanese wood-firing techniques.

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

    I attended Mass College of Art and got my degree from Bradford College with a double major in ceramics and philosophy. I was a Resident Artist in the Revolving Museum Boston and in Fort Point for 11 years. I have been making and teaching sculpture, ceramics, college and painting since 1995.

    • Creative Business
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Schools of the Arts

    After over 25 years of exploration and experimentation, ceramist Sharon Levy of ANCIENT ECHOS ARTS has produced a variety of works incorporating ancient  and modern methods, materials and techniques.

    • Artist
    Rhode Island
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    My work is about texture, pattern, touch, and contrast. I roll stoneware clay into soft, flexible slabs, and then cut and wrap and bend and stretch those slabs into pots: mugs, cups, bowls, and plates.

    • Artist
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Ayumi Horie is a full-time studio potter in Portland, Maine who makes functional pottery with drawings of animals and typography, inspired by American and Japanese folk traditions and comics. In 2015, she was awarded a Distinguished Fellow grant from United States Artists.

    • Creative Business
    Connecticut
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Design Agencies

    Maker of handmade tile installations for home or business. 

    • Artist
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Ceramic Artist specializing in high fired functional ceramics, raku & pit fired art pottery.

    • Artist
    Connecticut
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Functional ceramics: bowls, plates and platters, mugs. They are food safe, they will go in the microwave and the dishwasher. They are glazed and decorative and often carved. Images are abstract or derived from nature.

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