Beth Cavener at Art Student’s League

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.

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August Lesson Special

throwing pottery close up

It’s back to school for the kidlets and time for Mom & Dad to learn something new too, playing in the clay at Stone Leaf Pottery during one of our 5 weekly pottery class times. Pottery classes at Stone Leaf are taught Sunday Mornings from 10 to 12:30, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 9 pm, and Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 3:30.

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What’s in a Celadon, anyway?

amaco celadon glaze

Over the last few years, as the glazes for Cone 5 and Cone 6 has expanded so much Amaco, Coyote, and Spectrum have introduced mid fire Celadon glaze lines. It made me start to wonder, “what exactly does it mean to be a celadon, anyway?”


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Janus 2015 Student Art Buying Program

At Stone Leaf Pottery, we understand an art teacher’s job is to educate, inspire and give students meaningful art experiences. That’s why we here at Stone Leaf wanted to share an opportunity to give your students a real world experience in the wonderful art scene that Colorado has to offer.


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Gathering of the Guilds

The Colorado Arts & Crafts Society is holding an open call for participation in the “Gathering of the Guilds”. This event will be held at the Boettcher Mansion on Lookout Mountain in Golden on April 26th.


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