In his article “The Spice of Life,” from Volume 33, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2005, Mark Pharis examines the role of the contemporary functional potter. He begins by presenting the differences between contemporary potters and our predecessors, and argues that it is nearly impossible to “reasonably... Read More
We offer a big thanks to our readers for the overwhelmingly positive response to our new Pots for Membership program! We were amazed (but not entirely surprised) that all the pieces sold out within just a few hours of our first news post!
Please read about this month's artists and see... Read More
Since Western Massachusetts is our home, the staff members at Studio Potter take special pride in supporting the rich and varied community of artists here. We make a point to fill our homes with pots from local ceramists, and attend shows, gallery receptions, and open studio events as... Read More
We are pleased to present the first installment of our new and improved Pots for Membership Program, in which Studio Potter will feature a small selection of artists and their work, available for sale in our online store for thirty days only. In exchange for the sale of their piece, the artists... Read More
In the current issue of SP, Susan Tunick details how a passion for architectural terra cotta has shaped her life and artistic career. Just a few years after her awakening to the widespread use of terra cotta and the founding of Friends of Terra Cotta, the not-for-profit she now directs, SP... Read More
In her article “Architectural Ceramics,” Volume 44, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2016, Susan Tunick remembers when she began to question the clichéd “concrete jungle” notion of cities like New York. Instead of just concrete and steel she found ceramics used in architecture all around her. “There was an... Read More