Deceptively vegetable free, the Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail attracts shoppers and clay enthusiasts from around New England to our slice of Massachusetts every spring. But where to eat? As a local, these are my suggestions for the best spots for local fare along the... Read More
Influences are, of course, not always formal, intended, understood, appreciated, or completely expressible. - Stanley Mace Andersen
Instagram at the NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) conference is like hosing a wild fire with a steady stream of lighter fluid: how can you keep up with a brimming conference schedule of events happening right in front of you, and stay on... Read More
I hope you are enjoying SP's new website, complete with a fully searchable archive. I'd like to give you a brief insight to how the search works, and some tips for using it.
When you input a word, author's name, technical term, or other phrase into the search box, the results will... Read More
SP just received a copy of “new directions in ceramics - from spectacle to trace,” by Jo Dahn from Bloomsbury Press. A quick flip through tells me pots in this book are limited to how their forms or historical reference contribute to an overall artistic message (e.g. Edmund deWaal,... Read More