Anne Webb on thu 30 aug 07
Further to Lili's post, here is the site for Steve Branfman's "The Potters =
He has the most extensive catalog of pottery books, videos, etc., that I am=
aware of, and if he doesn't have that something you are looking for, from=
my experience, he will try to find it for you. =
Re the library... Sometimes if you are looking for a book that they don't h=
ave and you make a special request for it, they may put it on their list of=
books to acquire.
Cheers! Anne =
(again, my apologies for lack of paragraph breaks.. I puttem in, but ClayAr=
t doesnt pick them up)
> Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007 09:16:53 -0400
> From: mlkrakowski@CITLINK.NET
> I am not discouraging anyone from going to workshops...or NCECA--but real=
> that neither will teach you as much as the books you can buy for that mon=
> will....Consider your library an ongoing workshop....The help you need wh=
> you need it, and right at your elbow....
> And for new books, and advice on books it's Steve Bronfman's The Potters
> Shop--they know their stuff, they often have used books, give excellent
> discounts--and are ClayArt family.
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