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Dream studio, at least for the pottery section <<< Sophie Harle of Shiko Ceramics | The Design Files | Bloglovin’

Sophie Harle of Shiko Ceramics (The Design Files)

Pottery studio -- nice, clean pottery studio!  Like the buid-around surrounding the wheel!  COOL!

Pottery studio -- A wheel facing a wonderful view ! Space to move around and nothing that is afraid of splatters! Could I fit in a band saw, table saw, wood lathe and. Could I have it lead into a greenhouse/conservatory?

White forest pottery

white forest pottery studio

studio of nancy bauch (white forest pottery) – photos scanned from martha stewart living october 2006

Leach Pottery,  Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada, St Ives, Cornwall.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Leach Pottery, Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada, St Ives, Cornwall. I wish my studio looked this awesome.

Name: Lisa Neimeth, Peter, Jackson and TessLocation: San FranciscoSize: Approx. 2200 sq. ft. Years lived in: 9 >> We normally include a little explanation of why we think you'll love the house tour we're sharing, but today's host, Lisa, has included a lovely welcoming message along with the interview and we think it best to let you read her notes... Welcome to our house! I am Lisa Neimeth, a ceramic artist and sculptor, presently focusing on hand formed tableware. I live in an 1886 Dair...

SF House Tour: Lisa's Artistic Hideaway

DirtKicker PoTTerY: cooling kiln and a clean studio

dirtKicker pottery studio 2013 The first glaze firing of 2013 is cooling. Thanks to a bad flu, 2013 pottery making got off.

Chela Edmunds at work in her North Melbourne studio. Photo – Kate Ballis for The Design Files.

Chela Edmunds of Takeawei

Chela Edmunds at work in her North Melbourne studio. Photo – Kate Ballis for The Design Files.

How to make your own photo booth for photographing pottery. It folds up flat against the wall when not in use. Plus lots of links to other articles/ blog posts about photographing pottery. from potteryblog.com

make your own photo booth for photographing pottery (it folds up flat against the wall when not in use) PLUS other links

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