Most of the pottery in day-to-day life is stoneware, earthenware, porcelain, or terracotta. It can be unglazed or glazed. If glazed, it’s normally fired at least twice, but there are exceptions where some potters have come up with a single firing process.
Great news from the Clay Coyote Emerging Artist Studio: our remodel is part way completed. We've moved everything out of the studio for the new walls, windows, lights, and equipment to be installed over the next few weeks. It's a little weird going
CLAY POT COOKING There are essentially 3 types of clay bodies used for cooking in clay; Stoneware (most Common), earthenware, and flameware. STONEWARE: Stoneware is typically a variety of clays and other ingredients that are blended for firing
Michael and Michele Gwinup established Blue Spruce Pottery in 1976. It is a family owned and operated business ran with the help of the Gwinup's daughter Melissa, and her husband Patrick Woodman. Their pottery studio is located in Bend, Oregon, between
Tony Heslop lives and works in the foothills of Pike's Peak in Colorado. He has been throwing pots for over 30 years. He does not ship his pots, just sells locally, so Tom makes road trips out to Colorado to pick up his wonderful bowls, platters and
Well, it seems Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow. He is predicting an early Spring. 6 more weeks... I am very skeptical Phil. We have a little more than 6 weeks to go. In honor of our extra long winters here, we are introducing our newest glaze.