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New GR Pottery Forms Plates and Platters Video!

New GR Pottery Forms Plates and Platters Video!

Jeff from GR Forms demos plate making at Bailey

Jeff from GR Forms in Grand Rapids, Michigan visited the Bailey Showroom in Kingston, NY. While he was here we shot a video of him demonstrating how he uses his wood drape molds to create plates and platters.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (998)/Comments (0)/
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Instagram Feature: Shoshona Snow

Shoshona Snow has been working in clay since her days as a student at our nearby SUNY New Paltz. She is also a long-time Bailey Showroom Customer. We caught up with Shoshona for a brief interview after she used the hashtag, #MadeWithaBailey on Instagram. Here, she talks about what inspires her intricately carved, and high-contrast, whimsical ceramics. 

Thursday, March 1, 2018/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (879)/Comments (0)/
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New! Amaco Celadon Glaze Colors

New! Amaco Celadon Glaze Colors

AMACO has expanded their Celadon glaze line to include eight new colors! The full line of AMACO Celadon Glazes for cone 5-6 are available at Bailey now! 

Monday, February 26, 2018/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (626)/Comments (0)/
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Cross Currents NCECA 2018

Cross Currents NCECA 2018

Pittsburgh, PA

Join us at Cross Currents and find out why being at NCECA is such an amazing experience.

"The 52nd Annual Conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts will take place March 14 – 17, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. CrossCurrents: Clay and Culture, our theme for NCECA’s 2018 conference reflects Pittsburgh as a city of rivers, bridges, complex immigrant history, gritty perseverance, and reinvention." - NCECA.net

We look forward to seeing you there!

Monday, February 19, 2018/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (1728)/Comments (0)/
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Mystery Pot 33 Reveal

Mystery Pot 33 Reveal

You guessed it, the maker was Bennett Bean!

Bennett Bean was one of the most notable American potters to come out of the 1960s. Best known for his pit fired vessels, he continues to create art work in a variety of materials from his studio in New Jersey. Coming from a fine arts background with a focus on painting and sculpture, Bennett soon found himself in the mid-60s focusing on clay. Read More

Sunday, February 4, 2018/Author: Anne Bailey/Number of views (1103)/Comments (0)/
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