Tag Archives: Clay

Goods: New Use for An Old Material

Tsuki by Satoshi Umeno for Yasuda Kawara

By Regina Connell. In some parts of the world, like the US, craft is very much about art or perhaps domestic tradition. But in other more ancient cultures, it’s often about the ingenuity of people working over centuries to create … Continue reading

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Noticed: AC Ceramics

Heart cup benefiting Toni's nephew

By Heather Palmer and Natalie Powell. AC Ceramics is Antonia Regina Virginia Campanella, but you can call her Toni for short. Her work deserves as much attention as her name commands, and is as inviting as Toni herself. Toni, an … Continue reading

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Profile: Deirdre Hawthorne

Riverbed

By Regina Connell and Anna Hoeschen. There are a great many pretty objects in this world. Some of them may even be beautiful or interesting, or may make you laugh or cry. But it’s rare to find an object that … Continue reading

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Noticed: Noa Ceramics

Noa1

By Linda Ricci. There are rare objects that have the power to redeem us, or so it feels. They have grace, they have soul, and they have a purity that can save us from our harried, anxious, grasping lives. Oh, … Continue reading

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