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    • Artist
    Connecticut
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (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.

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

    Sherie Gage is an enamel and ceramic artist and designer, and the owner of Cone 6 Designs. She received a bachelors in fine arts from the University of Connecticut in 2008 with an emphasis in sculpture.

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

    One of my earliest memories is of scooping soft gray clay out of the ground at the edge of the pond on my family's "gentleman's farm." It was rural Connecticut in the early 70's, and I was 5 or 6. I made pinch pots and menageries of animals to play with.

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

    Ceramic sculptor, Ellen Blomgren has worked with students of all ages and abilities, throughout the state, creating long-lasting, relief tile installations. Ellen owns Mudstone Studios in Warren, is a Ceramics instructor for RISD's CE program and is on VSA's roster of artists.

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

                    We become artists to create; to make something that inspires others and makes them stop to think.

    • Creative Business
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Arts Centers

    We provide a community for potters, ceramic artists and sculptors. There are dedicated individual studios as well as a common work area with equipment provided by the Fire Works. We offer a variety of membership options with all members having access to our electric and gas kilns.

    • Creative Business
    Rhode Island
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Art Studios

    Working from our studio in Providence, Jim, Peter, and the team take inspired ideas and create ceramic ware that is molded, pierced, scratched, carved, drilled, glazed and fired into beautifully finished products.

    • Artist
    Vermont
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Art Studios

    Jackie Sedlock Pottery is an art studio specializing in pottery classes, weekend retreats, visiting artist workshops, and special events. Our mission is to provide a space for sharing inspiration and wisdom through the clay arts.

     

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

     

     

    I make functional pottery from my home studio in Waterbury, Vermont. I have been making pottery since 1996.  Currently my work is fired at cone 6 in an electric kiln.

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

     

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