Lori Buff is a potter from Atlanta, GA. She creates unique functional and sculptural pottery. Most of her art is created on the potter’s wheel but some pieces are later altered. With sculptural pottery she uses different firing techniques such as horse hair raku, iron fumed, and naked raku.Continue reading
This past weekend I was able to attend the Ceramic Showcase at the Oregon Convention Center in the city of Portland. With mic in hand I walked through the exhibit hall and asked various people to talk with me. The artists were so accommodating and friendly. I even asked a few buyers to take a moment and talk about their experience. Below are the pictures of the artists I interviewed along with their work. I also provide links for you to see more of their work.Continue reading
Carole Epp is a Canadian ceramic artist living and working in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She received her Masters Degree in Ceramics from the Australian National University in 2005 and has maintained a full time studio practice since. Her ceramics branch off into two distinct bodies of work wherein she produces lines of sculptural and functional objects.
Largely a self-taught potter, Tim Carlburg holds a BS in K-12 Art Education. He has built, owned and operated Carlburg Pottery (a Veteran Owned Business) since 2008 in Kalispell, MT. Focusing his attention on the micro brewing industry for the past four years, Carlburg has sold growlers to micro breweries and bars around the world and has made countless one-of-a-kind growlers for home brewers and micro brew aficionados alike. Recent endeavors include producing work oriented for local and national Distilleries; as well as the exploration of more politically charged artwork.Continue reading
This is the first of the show notes for The Potters Cast. Because this is me, Paul Blais giving an introduction to the show, I thought I would take a moment and introduce myself here on the website also. I am a hobby potter that totally loves clay. I also love people and talking. I also am a podcaster for another show called Doubt The Doubts (www.DoubtTheDoubts.com). I’ve been wanting to serve the pottery/ceramic community for a log time with a podcast thatContinue reading