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Terra sigillata or terra sig, which literally translates to “sealed earth,” is a special type of decorative slip made from fine clay minerals. We sell quarts of it from New Mexico Clay in a White and Red. Continue reading
Terra sigillata or terra sig, which literally translates to “sealed earth,” is a special type of decorative slip made from fine clay minerals. We sell quarts of it from New Mexico Clay in a White and Red. Continue reading →
Smokin’ Hot Deals soon to be posted!
Happy Spring to all of you lovely people. This weather has been so wonderful after our last snowy month here in Colorado. I am definitely not complaining about the precipitation since we can always use it here but there is something nice about not having to bundle up to go outdoors anymore. Continue reading →
Stone Leaf will be closed on Wednesday & Thursday, March 13 & 14, 2019.
Here we are… marching into March, and I am wondering where the last two months have gone. We are in NCECA-prep full time. Ingrid, Bob, April, & myself (Sophia) will be heading to Minneapolis the end of March to represent SlabMat and get more samples into the hands of potters everywhere. Continue reading →
Stone Leaf will be closed for Thanksgiving
November 18 – 26
Have a wonderful & safe holiday!
We’re ready for a long weekend, how about all of you? There are so many awesome things happening on the Front Range this Labor Day weekend, we’ve decided to CLOSE Saturday – Monday to enjoy the last “official” weekend of summer! Continue reading →
Hello Cooler Weather and now, lets all go back to the classroom! Continue reading →
Pottery kilns never seem very scary, until you’re staring down the face of one in your home studio. Many “what if” and “how do I” coupled with “oh no!!” moments can happen with our first electric pottery kilns.
Stone Leaf is here for you! We’re back this June 24 with our half day Electric Kiln Workshop, a class to help all potters learn how to fire an electric pottery kiln. We’ll answer the basics and more detailed questions so you leave Stone Leaf more prepared.
June June June! I can’t believe we are here already! The flowers are out, veggies are growing, and the summer markets are in full swing. Continue reading →