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Everybody needs an awesome Giffin Grip to trim pots and today honoring Brian Giffin’s BIRTHDAY, we are having a one day flash sale!Read More
I think one of the best parts of loving clay and living in Colorado is the *huge* opportunities there are for learning. From places like Anderson Ranch to the Arvada Center and Art Student’s League of Denver, there is a never ending variety of locations and artists in the area to learn from. I am constantly looking to the work of other artists in the field for inspiration.Read More
Pumpkins, leaves, ghosts, and skulls… fall images float through my head. I think of Halloween and enjoy planning out my Halloween costume each year. One of my favorite fall activities in clay is decorating many plates and mugs with sugar skulls to give as gifts and sell at fall pottery sales.Read More
Welcome to Pumpkin Spice Season… err. Fall. Welcome to fall. Besides PUMPKIN EVERYTHING FOR EVERYONE it’s also truly fall, and I hate to comment but it feels like fall is arriving with force here in Colorado with the changing of leaves and a chill in the air.Read More
There is a phrase I hear repeated again and again in the studio, almost as a potters mantra, which is “always test it”. When it comes to colorants, I know that I personally have tested an innumerable amount of percentage and base combinations. For those of us who mix our own glazes, slips, engobes, etc., Mason stains can be a great way to get rich, saturated color with consistent results.Read More