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Ceramic studio

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How to start your own ceramic studio from scratch | Studio Bloei

A year ago my pottery adventure started and I learned so much in that year. There are lots of practical things I wish I knew before I started my own studio, so here are my tips and tricks!

The Ceramic House, a studio, store, workshop and cafe with walls of greenery.

Meet the creative family duo behind ceramic label Mas & Miek and The Ceramic House, a studio, store, workshop and cafe in the Brisbane suburb of Newstead.

10 essentials for in your pottery studio

I've been doing this pottery thing for a good 2 years now and over that time I've collected some things that I can't live without in the studio. I hope you enjoy this blogpost, if you have any question: let me know! 1. Plaster boards I use my plaster boards every day. Mostly to wedge my clay, but also use them to recycle clay or to dry out pieces that I’ve thrown on the wheel but flopped. I have a few different kinds of plaster boards. One big one (45 by 45 cm), which I use mostly to wedge…

Vesle On Life and Pottery With Sarah Van Raden, Founder of Notary Ceramics.

A Northern lifestyle universe for the modern family. This universe is meant to be a place for us parents to find inspiration. Vesle will curate travel, style, deco and food especially for you. We also want you to meet cool parents, give you tips on where (and how) to travel with kids. What to make and eat, show you amazing spaces for your little ones, tell you about all those unique kids clothing brands out there… and guide you through the ups and downs of parenthood. Enjoy!

Tour a Gorgeous Dutch Ceramics Studio

One glance inside Annemieke Boot's Amsterdam ceramics studio and you will see that her work is deeply inspired by Scandinavian simplicity, her designs derived from pure, simple forms. With a keen eye for detail, Annemieke admits that she once was intent to make each and every piece exactly the same