Snap. Crackle. And Pop. Raku on the Edgeby Judy Seckler
Raku on the edge, an exhibition held in conjunction with NCECA 2012 at Seattle Pottery Supply in Seattle, Washington, supported the contention that most of the city during the conference was devoted t…
The Apotoyowa (Grinding Bowl) of Ghana
Ozioma Onuzulike discusses issues surrounding the continued production of local grinding bowls
Earth, Fire and Vegetable Oil
One of the paradoxes of artisan craft such as pottery is that its practice (on the one hand a life-affirming antidote against mass production, the consumption of natural resources and the Walmartifica…
Mary Kaun-English and her pit-firing processby Tim Saunders
When there are so many makers out there it is important to set yourself apart from the masses by doing something different. Mary Kaun-English, the UK, Surrey based sculptor, does just this.
Who is preserving and continuing the use of the Obvara method of firing and why?