Be the first to buy pots made in my new Milwaukee House?
Then come out to Galena, IL enjoy the changing of the tree colors with a beautiful country roads, and the 20 Dirty Hands Pottery Tour.
I will have my work including the newest pots made out of my Milwaukee studio that are colorful. I am at the Pinder Pottery Location.
We are open:
October 18, 19, 20 from 10am to 5pm.
Check out more info about the pottery tour by clicking the button below:
A Pottery Tour in Galena, IL
This pottery tour includes 7 stops at 7 artists studios in the Galena area that are not always open to the public. Each of these studios invited guest artists like myself to be a part of the pottery tour. I will be at stop #3 at Pinder Pottery. Ps...it's right on the down town stretch. Grab some coffee down town and start your pottery tour with me;)
Ps. you will have have the first hand opportunity to buy work from my most recent wood firings and my newer electric fired pots.
Add this event to your calendar if you like pottery, and want a fun town to
explore while the leaves are changing color.
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2019 20 Dirty Hands Pottery Tour.
Did you know that I travel to teach workshops?
I wanted to share some of the reviews from my most recent soda firing workshop I taught at Community Arts Center in Wallingford, PA. This was a 5 day long workshop.
Feel free to reach out for more soda firing workshop opportunities in the future. My next workshop will be in Minot, North Dakota in October, and stay tuned for more opportunities to work with me in the future.
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on my soda fire educational series. Click the button below to join.
Kiln Unload = Christmas Presents
Pulling blue pots from the wood kiln still makes me giggle...yes I'm that person. Take a close look at that electric blue on the berry bowl I'm holding. It's amazing how different a glaze looks depending on the clay body. My onion jar on the left is a blue glaze on a white stoneware versus the berry bowl in the middle has the same blue glaze on porcelain.
The last image is of Amy holding up some of her mini plates with no glaze on them at all.
"Looking Into The Woodfire Community | Denise Joyal, Chris Landers, Lisa York, Tim Sherman | Episode 413"
We were interviewed by Paul Blais at NCECA Pittsburgh, back in 2018, after having our first Room Show. The Room Show was a pottery sale that Denise and I organized with invited artists Chris Landers, Tim Sherman, and Troy Bungart.
To quote Paul "So [the room show] was going to be the point of the conversation. As we got into this we ended up spending a significant amount of time talking about what it is like being a part of the woodfire pottery community."
Enjoy tuning into this episode and the other 500 plus pottery interview episodes on The Potter's Cast.
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