Do you like to look back on the current year as it comes to the end and see how you did? I do. As I look back on 2019, I feel like I can truly say that it was my best pottery year ever. You may be wondering, was I on the cover of Ceramics […]
(The Best Pottery Year Course registration period has come to an end. But if you missed it, you may still have time to join the 2020 Success Club. This post below will be left in place for the memories.) What do you want to accomplish in 2019? How do you plan to do it? … […]
Have you ever been using the pottery wheel and wondered how to throw taller pots? Maybe you’ve mastered centering, opening, and have even made some nice small pots but are ready to try making something bigger than a mug or cup. Here are 7 tips for throwing taller pots on the pottery wheel.
Deciding how much to charge for your pots can be tricky. Tricky because you are a unique individual that makes unique work and your situation is different from everyone else. There is no single formula that will work for everyone. So instead of trying to create a one-formula-fits-all that won’t be perfect for anyone, let’s […]
This is the 5th article in the series Make The Most of Your Time in the Pottery Studio. Have you ever been “in the zone” or “in a groove” or just plain working at max efficiency? Sometimes you hear how athletes are “in the zone” and performing at their best level. Does that just happen? […]
Why Do I Need a Plan? Sometimes, even when I have everything organized, have the right tools, and there are no other distractions… I still don’t get much accomplished. This usually happens when I don’t have a plan for my studio time.