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Interview with Tom Guell

Fifteen years after graduating from High School, Tom Guell returned to the pottery wheel that he had loved so much during a senior year Independent Study in Pottery. He tells us about his journey juggling a full-time job as a union ironworker, a young family, and aspiring potter in rural Wisconsin.

Monday, July 8, 2019/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (113)/Comments (0)/
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Mystery Pot 38 Maker James Lawton

Mystery Pot 38 Maker James Lawton

Bringing movement to the traditional forms of pottery has always been on James Lawton’s mind. Early work has floating furniture, falling pots, and clothing flying by as if inhabited by the Invisible Man. In many pieces, there are several constructed forms coming together to make a flowing, cohesive statement, while always maintaining the utilitarian functionality of his vessels, teapots, vases, and flasks.

Monday, June 24, 2019/Author: Susan W/Number of views (105)/Comments (0)/
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Interview with Tania Rustage

Tania Rustage's photos on Instagram @taniarustageceramics capture the charm of her whimsical ceramics with attitude. Tania uses commercial glazes, underglazes, and stains; sponging, brushing, dipping or spraying them to get the effects she wants. She generously shares before and after pictures of the glazing process on Instagram. 

Monday, May 13, 2019/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (493)/Comments (0)/
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Kiki Smith Visits Bailey Pottery and Kingston's Midtown Arts District

Kiki Smith Visits Bailey Pottery and Kingston's Midtown Arts District

with Her Columbia University Graduate Students

On Friday, March 8, 2019, artist Kiki Smith and her Columbia University graduate students toured four arts-related businesses in the Kingston Midtown Arts District.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019/Author: Anne Bailey/Number of views (370)/Comments (0)/
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Mystery Pot 37 Maker Richard Batterham

Mystery Pot 37 Maker Richard Batterham

Mystery Pot Contest Reveal

In England, where Richard Batterham was born in 1936, he is considered the leading living maker of domestic stoneware. It’s a reputation that has been made by a life spent diligently working with discipline and talent to perfect his functional forms and lovely muted glazes.

Interested in craft and design from a young age, Richard studied at the Bryanston School. He was taught pottery by Donald Potter who had worked with Eric Gill and Michael Cardew. After his National Service, he apprenticed with Bernard Leach at St. Ives for two years. He married Dinah Dunn in 1959, and they set up housekeeping in Durweston, Dorset.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (327)/Comments (0)/
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