Teapot, fired in a soda kiln to cone 3. Matt Kelleher was featured in the May 2015 issue of Ceramics Monthly. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-may-2015/

Teapot, fired in a soda kiln to cone Matt Kelleher was featured in the May…

In Ceramics Monthly' April 2014 issue, Tina Gebhart explains how a pyrometer measures temperature, but pyrometric cones measure heatwork. In addition, she explains cones, how they work, and how they connect to synchronized swimmers—check it out!

In Ceramics Monthly' April 2014 issue, Tina Gebhart explains how a pyrometer measures temperature, but pyrometric cones measure heatwork. In addition, she explains cones, how they work, and how they connect to synchronized swimmers—check it out!

Snowflake Crackle recipes from John Britt's article on the subject, which appeared in the November 2011 issue of Ceramics Monthly on pages 60-64. To view the other articles in the issue, or purchase a pdf download so you can read the entire article, click here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-november-2011/

Crazy Beautiful Crazing: Uncovering the Mysteries of Snowflake Crackle Glazes - Ceramic Arts Daily

Teabowl feet, catalogued by flyeschool.com. In the September 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly, we include a number of teabowls by different artists including Dick Lehman, Inayoshi Osamu, and Bede Clarke. In Exposure, we have tea bowls by Zach Tate, Ian Childers, Stuart Gair and Melissa Yungbluth from the KC Clay Guild Tea Bowl National. Check out the table of contents or sign in to view the online version here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-september-2014/

Teabowl feet, catalogued by flyeschool.com. In the September 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly, we include a number of teabowls by different artists including Dick Lehman, Inayoshi Osamu, and Bede Clarke. In Exposure, we have tea bowls by Zach Tate, Ian Childers, Stuart Gair and Melissa Yungbluth from the KC Clay Guild Tea Bowl National. Check out the table of contents or sign in to view the online version here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-september-2014/

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Glazing and slip-application technique for leather-hard cups - wax foot, blow up a balloon, twist and hold tight, tilt and shake off drips, then sponge foot before setting onto a ware board. Nice.

Glazing and slip-application technique for leather-hard cups - wax foot, blow up a balloon, twist and hold tight, tilt and shake off drips, then sponge foot before setting onto a ware board.

Many of you have inquired about the creation of my work ... For a wonderful piece about this and much more, please check out the attached issue of Ceramic's Monthly, "Crossing Cultural Borders" by Cathy Murphy. This was an incredibly exciting interview I was quite honored to be a part of: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2015/06/Ceramics_Monthly_oct97_cei1097d.pdf

Ceramics Monthly October 1997 Issue Cover, On the Cover: Jimmy Clark

pinkpagodastudio: Finnish Ceramics--Sarita Koivukoski. Sarita was featured as the Spotlight artist in the June/July/August 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly. She discussed how pop-up shops are a part of her marketing strategy. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/ceramics-monthly-junejulyaugust-2014/

Sarita Koivukoski Sarita Koivukoski Sarita Koivukoski Sarita Koivukoski via Paloni --where you'll find some of her dishes for.

Ceramics Monthly's March 2012 cover, featuring Eliza Au's Axis, 36 in. (92 cm) in height, cone 6 slip-cast stoneware, 2011. Photo: David Stevenson.

Ceramics Monthly's March 2012 cover, featuring Eliza Au's Axis, 36 in. cm) in height, cone 6 slip-cast stoneware, Photo: David Stevenson.

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