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  Ben Carter Pottery
Handmade functional pottery.
http://www.carterpottery.com/
  Avital Sheffer
Avital Sheffer is a ceramic artist based on the North-Coast of NSW, Australia. She creates generous ceramic vessel forms, strong in presence and refined in detail.
http://www.avitalsheffer.com/
  Rockbrook Camps for Girls
An overnight summer camp for girls ages 6-16. Two-, three- or four-week sessions available. Offering an extensive ceramics and arts program. ACA accredited and founded in 1921.
http://www.rockbrookcamp.com/blog/arts
Mariooch - Majolica Pottery
Majolica pottery using contemporary, whimsical, colorful designs on functional pottery for everyday living.
http://www.mariooch.com
HP Bloomer IV
HP Bloomer IV's recent work focuses on the development of angular edges and gentle curves within contemporary functional ceramics.
http://hpbloomer.com/
 
Ceramic and Pottery Restoration & Custom Made Replicas
Lakeside Pottery repairs and restores ceramic, pottery, statues, dolls, china, porcelain and wood sculptures. Lakeside Pottery is also a complete clay studio that creates ceramic replicas.
http://lakesidepottery.com/Pages/pottery-and-ceramic-fix-restoration-repair.html

 
Kohaku River Pottery
Dedicated to David Roon\'s explorations in functional Raku. Emphasis on surface-carved coastal and mythological motifs, and on lanterns, fountains, and other functional forms.
http://www.kohaku-river.net
 
Ceramics by Scott B. Young
Scott's portfolio of his raku ceramics, bio/resume, artist statement, exhibition and workshop experience.
http://www.zhibit.org/sbyoung
 
Brian J. Taylor
My work is a snapshot of what I find curious in material culture: the complexity of our desire for both the manufactured and the handmade to exist in the same place.
http://www.brianjtaylorceramics.com/
 
Kathy King
In my work I use ceramic vessels, tiled furniture and printmaking, either separately or combined in installations, which present narratives from a woman’s point of view. My ultimate objective is to translate my own personal experience in relation to my culture, through narrative imagery on the utilitarian ceramic form. 
http://www.kathykingart.com/
 
Clay Times Magazine
Clay Times Magazine - Clay Times® is one of the world’s favorite ceramics magazines, serving studio potters and professional clay artists, teachers and students of the ceramic arts.
http://claytimes.com/
  Clay Action
Online gallery of contemporary ceramics, functional & decorative art and figurative ceramic sculpture.
http://www.clayaction.com
Bob Clyatt Figurative Sculpture
My work is to explore ancient knowledge and somehow embody or encode it in my ceramic sculptures and make it available to people today. For me a successful sculpture is a magical object, gathering and amplifying whispers from the edges of awareness.
http://www.clyattsculpture.com
Tracey Broome
I was born in a small town in North Carolina near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, but moved to the coast of South Carolina as a small child and grew up in a town visited every summer by tourists from all over. I always thought that I would be a painter, but pursued a career in interior design instead and spent over twenty-five years designing furniture showrooms, retail stores and theater sets and props. When I was forty years old, I saw a wheel throwing demonstration at the North Carolina State Fair and signed up for a class the next week and began the process of changing careers from full time designer to full time potter.
http://tsbroome.blogspot.com/
Emily Murhphy
I get lost in each piece that I make. When I’m throwing a piece nothing is more important than the gesture of the form. When I’m decorating the form, the mark of the brush carries the weight of the world. While the world fades away, I think about someone using the piece over time and continuously discovering different nuanced aspects of the form and surface. The movement of the throwing line, the boldness of a brushstroke or the juxtaposition of the raw clay and the gloss of the glaze. When a kiln is unloaded and rows of pots are lined up, it might look like they are simply multiples of a form.
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