Fall is coming, and with it comes a new month of Pots for Membership Artists. We have new work in our online shop from this months artist, and we still have a few works from the August Pots for Membership Artists. In exchnage for the sale of their work... Read More
We welcome August with some lovely new pots avaliable from our new Pots for Membership artists. Take a rest from the summer sunshine, grab a mug of iced tea, and take a look at the work of these talented artists in our online shop. In exchnage for the... Read More
For July, we're bringing the heat with some HOT Pots-for-Membership artists. These talented artists' work is available in our online shop this month. Act quickly, as these pots won't last long in our shop, but are heirloom-quality and could last for... Read More
Beyond Function: Contemporary Ceramics from the Donald Clark Collection is on view June 21- September 2, 2018 at the D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts... Read More
Introducing our May Pots for Membership Program!
April showers brought May flowers as well as a couple very neat ceramics artists our way! Join us in welcoming this month's featured artists of our Pots for Membership Program! Treat your loved one (or yourself!) to a special piece of... Read More
Introducing our April Pots for Membership Program!
We've returned from this year's NCECA with a new spring in our step! We're more than happy to welcome this month's Pots for Membership artists, who we think are all the buzz. Treat your loved one (or yourself!) to a special piece of... Read More
Introducing our March Pots for Membership Program!
Are you gearing up for the big week ahead? Whether or not you'll be attending this year's NCECA conference in Pittsburgh, there is certainly a ceramics-community buzz in the air this time of year. We welcome this month's Pots for... Read More
Paula Winokur died on Sunday, February 4th, 2018 at the age of 82. We, the staff and Board of SP offer our condolences to her family, friends, students, and all whose lives she touched during her long and rich career in clay.
Born in Philadelphia in 1935, Winokur studied painting and... Read More