This blog is part of the design and development process of the BREADPOT project. Volunteer testers were given early breadpots and made contributors to the blog. It helped me design the breadpot and includes recipes, insights and experiences along the way. There is a paypal link for easy purchase of a BreadPot for yourself or a gift.
Home to the work of ceramic artist Cameron Petke, Baked Clay Studio features ceramic bells and a love for unglazed surface finishes and alternative firing techniques. While the inventory is always changing and each piece is one-of-a-kind, the photo galleries represent the type of forms and surfaces currently being explored.
Bridges Pottery is a one woman pottery on the north shore of long island in New York. She produces mostly functional ware for the kitchen and table. Patricia Bridges also teaches ceramics to adults through Haven Art located in Port Washington NY.
Bridges began her relationship with clay at a very young age and has been making pots for over two decades. By the time she was a senior in high school she had a wheel and kiln. Bridges has produced several instructional videos covering hand building techniques. These are free for the viewing and have been showcased by Ceramics Daily Arts. Recently Bridges Pottery was featured in Vogueknitting Magazine where ceramic Yarn Bowls were covered.
My work is the outcome of many years of looking at both figurative and abstract sculpture as well modern architecture and of course pottery. As a potter I have a keen interest in bowls from small tea bowls that fit into your hands to large sculptural bowl forms. Hope you enjoy my work....