WRITING TIP TUESDAY: A New Service from Studio Potter
Today's tip: In artist statements, avoid personifying your work.
It is common for artists to write in their statements “my work does this or that,” or “my work explores…,” and the art world mostly accepts this convention. But in... Read More
This month, we're pleased to be featuring two talented young artists. Their work avaliable for purchase in our online shop. In exchange for the sale of their work, the artist will receive a one-year membership to the journal. Want to be featured in... Read More
Today we reflect on a pot made exactly 157 years ago by David Drake (c. 1801-1870), an enslaved ceramist working on a plantation pottery in the Edgefield District of South Carolina in the United States. Drake was one of many slaves who worked as “turners” throwing utilitarian wares on... Read More
Every year at the NCECA conference Studio Potter acknowledges exceptional student artwork shown at the National Juried Student Exhibition (NJSE) and National K-12 Exhibition. NJSE winners are awarded a one year membership and the opportunity to publish an essay in the Summer/Fall issue of the... Read More
FOR SALE: Large complete pottery studio including all equipment and tools. $130,000.
This sweet 1928 renovated former hardware store is one block from the Mississippi River (easy access for boat, canoe and kayak) and is on a national bike trail. The first floor... Read More
Production of the upcoming Studio Potter Winter/Spring issue, “Printing and Paperclay,” is in full swing. This special issue hosts two guest editors: Bryan Czibesz has curated a selection of articles on printing—3D digital clay printing, that is. And, Lorie Nelson has... Read More
On Friday, November 30th, Studio Potter’s Executive Director Anthony Stellaccio and board member Ben Eberle attended a lecture by Roberto Lugo, hosted by Bailey Pottery, and held in the city of Kingston, New York. This is what Anthony had to say about it:
A Bailey Pottery party and a Rob... Read More