John Dix Workshop August 5th & 6th - See Workshop Page For Details
1073 Sun Valley Lane
Allegan, MI 49010
16900 Landing Drive
Spring Lake, MI 49456
7515 Walnut Ave.
Jenison, MI 49428
I am a retired art teacher. I currently live in Jenison with my husband John. I am working on opening my own home clay studio. I want to help educators and encourage adults and students with the building, finishing and firing of ceramic techniques.
5519 Ranger Hills Drive SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Sail Boats 13" x 23"
I am a ceramics professor at Aquinas College, and I am an artist that lives and works in Lowell Michigan. I have found a love for alternative firing techniques, and a large majority of my work is wood-fired in a pit that implements contemporary ideas and materials to create a dynamic surface.
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14011 28th St.
Lowell, MI 49331
7418 Hallridge Rd NE
Belding, MI. 48809
6645 Windtree Lane
Lake Ann, MI 49650
My life and work's journey took me all over the country and allowed me to live in some spectacular places. I find that my inspiration for the images you see on the pieces I make comes from my surroundings and the inspiration behind the forms you will see with my work comes from a sense of purpose.
My passion is to create one of a kind pieces that people are going to want to incorporate into their daily lives. I want my pieces to be the ones that you reach for in the morning for your coffee or that you set your bar soap on after being in the garden all day; I want my pieces to be a part of your .
326 West Kalamazoo Ave. Ste 121A
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
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413 Center St North
Muskegon MI 49445
Hours by event, chance or appointment
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5818 Concord St.
Portage, MI 49002
I have been making pottery for almost 30 years. I have a studio at home and I teach ceramics at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. There is a duality in what I make, whether it is a simple bowl or a vase. There is a quiet grace or beauty in the simple lines of the form or the landscape of its surface. Function and art together. I primarily make my pots out of porcelain. I fire my work to cone six and cone nine using electric and gas and sometimes wood in the Anagama kiln at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts.
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