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Pottery Websites

One of the ways to find other potters is to look for their websites. Many are both interesting and full of good information.

Pittenweem Pottery Studio
Pittenweem Pottery is the home base of potter Steve Wright. Drawing on 500 years of peasant pottery traditions, as well as being open to fresh ideas and methods, Pittenweem Pottery brings something special to the Fife area of Scotland.

Drexel Earthforms
The site of Rob Drexel, a potter living in New Mexico exploring pit firing, horsehair, sand blasting, and mosaic techniques. Lovely work, adn he gives information about how he does each process as well.

From the Ground Up Pottery
The pottery of Michael Mahan is well worth exploring. His work may seem deceptively quiet, and yet the sheer beauty of line, form, and surface is astounding.

Jim McDowell, the Black Potter
Jim McDowell does work both in what we consider traditional pottery, and in the pottery tradition handed down in his family. He creates face jugs that are very interesting, as well as regular pottery. A site well worth visiting.

Shambhala Pottery
Showcasing the soda-fired functional pottery of June Perry. Beautiful work in her gallery, and also information, recipes, and photos about glaze testing she's done (cone 6 and 10).

Clayzee World of Pottery and Ceramics
This site has all sorts of things of interest to potters, in categories from Business in Ceramics to Reference and Ceramic Resources.

Rocky Mann: Studio Potter
Potter Rocky Mann lives and works in his studio in Bar Harbor, Maine. His site includes a gallery of his work.

David Bellar, Studio Potter
David Bellar is a studio potter in North Carolina. His website includes galleries of his work.

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