Keisha on tue 25 may 04
Haven't posted in a while but been sitting back
reading everything. I've been looking for some pottery
books that people have recommended or that I came
across in magazines and thought. Some places I look
the books are so expensive; other places I look, they
are really cheap but then I have to have a credit card
to buy and I'm not about to get a card just to by a
book. If any one knows were I can get 500 Bowls and
Handbuilt Tableware let me know. Been looking for a
while, but I keep hitting walls. Take care and stay
-- Joyce Lee wrote:
> American Ceramic Society also publishes and
> sells great how-to books. The brand new
> Pottery Making Illustrated handbooks (Pottery
> Making Techniques) are a buy. They get
> a newbie started with step-by-step instructions....
> easy to follow. In turn that can spark the
> thinking and creative process, which makes
> them even more valuable.
> AND, if you belong to Potters Council, you
> receive a 20% discount. The discount on a
> couple of books can pay your dues for the
> Am I associated with ACerS and Potters
> Council? No disclaimers here. Yes, indeedy,
> and very proud of the association...... but I get
> in return except pride in perhaps pointing a
> new potter in a positive, helpful direction
> along the same path many of us have taken.
> In the Mojave Desert of California U.S.A.
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