- MassachusettsPrimary Discipline:Visual/Crafts - CeramicsInstitution/Business Type:Artist (Individual)
I have a bachelor's degree in sculpture and I also studied ceramics in college. I currently work part time in retail and work in my studio producing functional pottery and occasionally sculpture.
- Rhode IslandPrimary Discipline:Visual/Crafts - CeramicsInstitution/Business Type:Artist (Individual)
ceramics - both a maker and an instructor
- VermontPrimary Discipline:Visual/Crafts - CeramicsInstitution/Business Type:Arts Centers
Wheelhouse Clay Center is a community place for the clay curious.
Wheelhouse is a fully equipped professional pottery studio with four rental options for ceramacists: private space, shared space, glaze-and-fire only rental, and by-the-day rental.
- MainePrimary Discipline:Visual/Crafts - CeramicsInstitution/Business Type:Artist (Individual)
I studied pottery at Marlboro College in the early 70's with Malcolm "Orv" Wright, who had apprenticed in Japan with National Living Treasure, Taroueman Nakazato XII. Orv was a wonderful teacher and inspiration. I headed off to Japan during my Junior year at college and
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- Cultural Nonprofit
- Creative Business
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