This category is for sites about Ceramic Art and Pottery. It will contain sites for individual artists as well as those covering educational and infomational topics about the craft. Also included: non-commercial galleries, organizations, magazines, working potteries (those not selling products on-line), and resource sites.
Ceramics and ceramic art in the art world means artwork made out of clay bodies and fired into the hardened ceramic form. Some ceramic pieces are classified as fine art, while many others can be classified as one of the decorative, industrial or applied arts (the application of design and aesthetics to objects of function and everyday use).
Pottery is the ceramic ware made by potters. In everyday usage the term is taken to encompass a wide range of ceramics, including earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain. The places where such wares are made are called potteries.
A Studio Pottery reference site containing pot galleries, pottery, museum and exhibition photographs, help with identifying pots and a discussion area for collectors and potters.
Provide space and equipment for clay artists and potters of all levels. Includes information about memberships and classes. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Contains current academic research and commentary on ceramics.
Provides a listing of texts and resources related to clay ceramics.
Features online galleries of functional stoneware and porcelain by three potters. Live web cam with chat on Wednesdays.
Offers classes for adults, teens and kids, studio space, and on-line gallery of represented ceramists.
Details and history of studio pottery, slipware and contemporary ceramics collection. Includes Craft Potters Association archive and conference listing. University of Wales Aberystwyth.
Chinese and Asian tradeware ceramics (porcelain, stoneware and earthenware). With ceramic history and types. Also has an online store.
Hand-made, all natural bath and body products including salts, soap, oils, salves and balms, and related accessories. Also offers aromatherapy consultations and workshops.
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