Interviews, essays, interesting potters, and other resources useful to students and anyone interested in the art and craft of ceramics
Linda Arbuckle - Handouts and resources - PDF documents useful to potters
Ayumi Horie - American Craft Magazine Interview
Ayumi Horie - dry throwing video - dry throwing - best to view this and read the American Craft interview (above).
Ayumi Horie - as complete a table of links to artists, potters, and organizations as I have been able to find.
Don Pilcher - Rascal Ware
Shambhala-Pottery - June Perry - extensive links to pottery blogs
Miki Shim-Rutter -2Frogs
Associations and publications
American Craft Magazine
Ceramic Arts Daily - daily emails on a range of technical ceramic issues
ClaySpace - sign up for my classes. My class at ClaySpace is held on Wednesday evenings between 6:30 and 9:30. ClaySpace is located in Warrenville, Illinois, and is convenient to Chicago's Western suburbs. I accept beginning, intermediate and advanced students. The atmosphere is warm and open and ClaySpace has ample equipment and facilities.
Terra Incognito - sign up for my class. Terra Incognito is located in Oak Park, and is convenient to Chicago and the near Western suburbs. It is not only one of the best ceramic galleries in the Midwest, but also runs a very good pottery school. My class at Terra Incognito is usually on Tuesday evenings.
Craft in America - "Craft in America is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the exploration, preservation and celebration of craft and its impact on our nation’s cultural heritage.