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  • Finished clay mask
    Make your own honey clay facial mask for dry, sensitive skin
    I don't know about you, but weather changes tend to make my skin get drier and more sensitive. In Upstate NY, it could be humid and 90 degrees and then rainy and 60 the next day. In the winter, the change in temperature affects the skin even...
  • "Ruth Braunstein: Focus on Clay" at the Richmond Art Center
    'Ruth Braunstein: Focus on Clay' at the Richmond Art Center
    A new exhibit of Braunstein's private collection of ceramics that opened last Saturday at the Richmond Art Center pays tribute to her nearly 50 years of being an advocate of clay as a fine-art medium. Many of the pieces - by well-known artists...
  • Artist interview: Jennifer Davies-Reazor
    Artist interview: Jennifer Davies-Reazor
    Working in clay and mixed media, Delaware artist Jennifer Davies-Reazor creates a beautifully detailed body of work rich in meaning and story.Where do your inspiration and ideas come from?My inspirations are diverse; when I have to sum it up...
  • Fairy door
    How to make a fairy door
    As cute as fairy gardens may be, the dents these adorable accessories leave in your wallet are most certainly not! This simple tutorial presents step-by-step instructions for creating the staple of any fairy garden: your very own fairy door.The...
  • Moore Oklahoma Tornado
    Spoiled and Reworked
    Read Jeremiah 18:1-18A few years ago, I came into the church building after having been away for a couple days. Something didn’t seem right. There was an odor that greeted me at the front door. It wasn’t evergreen or peppermint as one...
  • "Sons of Anarchy"
    'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 spoilers: New trailer suggests Clay is in with Toric
    On Aug. 20 Screen Crush shared a new trailer of season six "Sons of Anarchy." While fans already know that this season is going to be the most violent by far, what they may not have anticipated is that, according to the trailer, it seems...
  • Pottery HD app
    Addicting pottery game that encourages the artful eye
    What kid doesn't love clay? Don't you wish you could do more clay in your art classes? Unfortunately, in many public and private schools art budgets can't afford to provide several opportunities for extended clay lessons. In many...
  • Excavation(s) II
    Explorations in Clay: An instructional art series
    Aspiring artists and those just out to learn something new can begin molding their own creations at the Casselberry Art House Explorations in Clay adult art classes.Instructor Richard Munster has a strong background in functional pottery which is...
  • Spokane Potters Guild classes
    Spokane Potters' Guild offering summer classes
    Spokane Potters' Guild will be offering summer classes. Sign up by calling 509-532-8225.The class fee includes the ability to use the studio during open studio hours.A lab fee of $15 covers the first 25 lb. bag of clay, glazes and firing costs...
  • Material and Meaning: Earthenware, Stoneware, and Porcelain from The Wolfsonian
    Material and Meaning: Earthenware, Stoneware, and Porcelain from The Wolfsonian
    From October 17th, 2012 to January 13th, 2013, The Wolfsonian Teaching Gallery at the Frost Art Museum is presenting "Material and Meaning: Earthenware, Stoneware, and Porcelain from The Wolfsonian–FIU Collection" at The Frost Art...
  • Inspirations in clay at Torpedo Factory
    Inspirations in clay at Torpedo Factory
    There is a new exhibit of clay work coming on October 1 at the Torpedo Factory ArtCenter's Scope Gallery called “Work whispers of personal inspiration in clay.” Tracie Griffith Tso sent some nice words that describe the show.I...
  • Veggies to Juice
    Fall Forward and Detoxify Your Body
    Summer's waning, schools back in session, and soon it'll be "flu" season again. It's time to do your semi-annual detox to prime yourself for the fall and winter. The key isn't in getting a flu vaccine, the key is...
  • A father's helping hand with the clay
    Beginning the process of getting the clay ready for the potter's wheel
    Clay is a form of soil made up of very small particles of aluminum silicate created by the chemical weathering of rock. Clay is commonly found near lakes, river banks, and in clay deposits. Some areas even have established clay pits, where clay is...
  • Black and White and Red All Over
    Artist donates food to Mid-Ohio Foodbank
    Jesse Chandler’s one-person exhibition, “My Unified Field,” is a collection of the artist’s work for the last 30 years. On display at the Jung Haus in Columbus, the retrospective artwork ranges from fiber depictions,...
  • Maria Sharapova French
    Sharapova dominant at French, on top of women's tennis
    Maria Sharapova jumped out to a quick lead on Saturday in the women's finals of the 2012 French Open against Sara Errani of Italy and never looked back. While Errani continued to fight to the end, Sharapova closed out the match on her serve...