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Create a Bud Vase with Assembled Parts

Create a Bud Vase with Assembled Parts

Follow these Easy Steps to Create a Unique Form

Extruded forms can be used individually or as modules to create more complex pieces. Each module may be a simple shape on it's own but, when joined together with others, can become a very elaborate form. Today we are going to demonstrate how to make a bud vase out of extruded parts. Follow along to create a beautiful functional piece!

Monday, July 10, 2017/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (895)/Comments (0)/
The Legacy of Val Cushing

The Legacy of Val Cushing

Featured Work in the Bailey Collection

Val Cushing was one of the most respected and influential ceramic teachers of the 20th Century. He was born in Rochester, New York in 1931 and died in 2013 at the age of 82. Both his teaching and his own education revolved around the famous ceramic college, Alfred University. Read more...

Sunday, June 11, 2017/Author: Anne Bailey/Number of views (850)/Comments (0)/
17 Best Selling Green Glazes

17 Best Selling Green Glazes

Forest, Chartreuse, or Jade…You Take Your Pick

Give your work a spring update with glazes that are vibrant, energetic and versatile. Choosing the right glaze to compliment a ceramic form might be one of the most exciting parts of the ceramic process and yet with so many glazes available it can be hard to know where to start. So, today we have rounded up some of our customers' favorite, tried and true green glazes that you can start using in your studio today.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017/Author: lyla a/Number of views (1384)/Comments (0)/
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John Maltby

John Maltby

The Artist and his Work

John Maltby, one of Britain's most respected and versatile artists, has been working in clay for over 50 years. Born in 1936 in Lincolnshire, UK, he studied sculpture at the Leicester College of Art and at Goldsmith’s College in London. For two years afterward, he taught painting at a small private boys school where he met his future wife, Heather.

Monday, January 23, 2017/Author: Susan Whelan/Number of views (766)/Comments (0)/
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