Helen Bates on wed 27 apr 05
Surfing with Helen Bates - April 27k, 2005 - Australia, USA, Belgium,
Here are just a few more sites, but lots of pottery and other clay
Ted Secombe (Yarra Glen, VIC, Australia)
I've mentioned Ted before, regarding his crystalline glazing. He now
has his own website and domain.
Mid 20th Century Design resale site with a tremendous amount of both
studio and production pottery from well-known makers.
"Just Art Pottery" Newsletter "On the Net":
This art pottery collectors' site has a Newsletter or Blog that
currently has an article on online auction and sales sites fraud.
They refer the reader to this url on car buying tips as well:
(Applicable to other fields, and worth a look.)
Patrick Piccarelle (Belgium)
I was looking for this artist and found the Galerie Keramaikos website:
The homepage doesn't show in all browsers, but with IE you should be
If you use a different browser and the home page doesn't display
correctly, to see work by the other artists on this site, click on this
Picasso Edition Ceramics Exhibition (Touring USA and Canada 1999-2007)
Did Picasso throw some of his own pots?
It seems perhaps he did, if I read the text correctly.
Nuria Pie (Ceramica Nuria Pie) (Barcelona, Spain)
(Very slick site. Lots of good ceramic work)
(A few of Pie's cubistic works)
(Several of Pie's wall installations)
Matthew Jones - American Wood-fire Potter
Matthew Jones is a wood-firing potter located in Leicester, NC, USA.
He was once an apprentice of Todd Piker, and now employs apprentices of
his own, usually on a 2-year rotation. I took a quick look at the pots
in his 2004 gallery. His pots are loosely thrown but still
well-controlled functional work, and decorated with a sure hand.
(Belleville, Ontario, Canada)
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
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