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- Cynthia Bringle is a clay artist located in Penland, NC. Cynthia Bringle is one of America's pre-eminent potters
and a legendary teacher whose sphere of influence stretches around the globe. For the forms she creates and the lives she shapes, Cynthia Bringle
receives the 2002 North Carolina Award for Fine Arts.
Glick Plum Tree Pottery
Located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, Plum Tree Pottery has been
John Glick's private studio space since 1965.
Robin Hopper - Chosin Pottery
- Robin Hopper is an internationally known potter, teacher, author, garden designer and arts activist. He has taught
throughout Canada, and in England, U.S.A., Australia, New Zealand, China, Korea, Japan and Israel. His ceramic work
is in public, corporate and private collections throughout the world. He was born in England in 1939, and trained
there at Croydon College of Art (1956-1961). He has developed studios in both England and Canada, where he immigrated in
1968. After two years teaching in Toronto at Central Technical School, he set up and headed the Ceramics and Glass
Department at Georgian College, Barrie, Ontario. In 1972 he resigned from teaching to devote full energies to his
work in ceramics. 1977 included relocation to Victoria, B.C., Canada, and becoming the first recipient of the
Bronfman Award, Canada’s most prestigious annual award in the crafts. He is an honourary member of NCECA.
He is the author of “The Ceramic Spectrum”, “Functional Pottery”, “Staying Alive”, “Making Marks”, a new edition of Daniel Rhodes' "Clay and Glazes for
the Potter", and his autobiography, “Robin Hopper Ceramics”.
Clay Art by Francisco Ruz
Fine ceramics, murals, and sculptures, that are hand made, painted and kiln fired by master artist, Francisco Ruz, with masterpieces in Mexico City, and at some universities, like UNAM, and IPN.
- The official website of the twentieth century ceramic artist Paul Soldner.
- Don Rietz
- The Artist. Profile. Articles. Collections. Awards.
- Peter Voulkos
- Website devoted to information about Peter Voulkos …focusing on seeking his works for the purpose of documenting them and citing current and future exhibitions, museum collections and other data related to his oeuvre.
- Rudy Autio
- George Ohr
- The Ohr Okeefe Museum of Art.
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