I have these soup-er bowls for sale in my online store. Good for salad, too. Check ’em out and buy some. Clink on the STORE link.
I helped fire the train kiln at Eye of the Dog last weekend.
Elmer E. A. Taylor 10/9/47 – 7/1/16 My friend and mentor passed away. Long may his fame and long may his glory and long may his story be told.
I’m donating 10% of the sales of my Pamus Digitus Impudictus shot glasses to Jim’s Diner. If you love Jim, Pam, shots or pottery get yours now. Just click on the store tab.
Post by Nerissa Oden.
Due to the unexpected popularity of a pot that I gave a friend, I’ve been forced to open an online store to handle all the requests. There’s only the one item for now, but I’ll be adding more soon for your … Continued
Here’s a video of me playing the saw at the Texas Clay Festival. Texas Clay Fest Posted by Julie Lynch on Monday, October 29, 2012
Texas Clay Festival was too much fun this year. I loved seeing all my muddy buddies in one place and meeting new ones. The crowd Saturday was huge and sales were brisk. Everybody said that Sunday “church’ was the best ever. (Thanks Gery. … Continued
3D printing is the hot new thing in manufacturing, making everything from simple tools to guns to body parts. I’m not surprised to see that it has found its way to pottery. Some will see it as the wave of … Continued