New at Bailey, we have Wheel Attachment accessories from GR Pottery Forms! Read on to learn more about these new tools and to see great work that's been created using GR pottery forms.
Slip trailing is a process in ceramics created by squeezing lines of thick, liquid clay or slurry onto a wet or leather-hard clay surface using a squeeze-bulb or tube applicator. There are many ceramicists today using the age-old technique of slip trailing in their work. Kristen Kieffer, a full-time studio potter, workshop presenter, and ceramics instructor based out of Massachusetts, is one of them.
Jim and Anne Bailey welcomed the Hudson River Potters to Bailey Pottery for a tour on Saturday during their monthly meeting. This group of pottery enthusiasts from the lower Hudson Valley have been meeting monthly for 40 years to share their ideas, glaze recipes, successes, and failures.
We asked some clay-working Dads what gift items from Bailey they wanted most this Father's Day. Here are the items that made their wish list and why:
Introducing the newest video to our Bailey Kiln Maintenance Series, Changing Relays in a Bailey Top-Loading Electric Kiln.