This summer, Studio Potter is continuing to develop its digital archive, providing access to more articles by ArtAxis members. Four articles authored by ArtAxis artists Hayne Bayless, Léopold L. Foulem, Holly Hanessian, and J.J. McCracken are now available free to the public, and can be found... Read More
In his article “The Spice of Life,” from Volume 33, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2005, Mark Pharis examines the role of the contemporary functional potter. He begins by presenting the differences between contemporary potters and our predecessors, and argues that it is nearly impossible to “reasonably... Read More
In the current issue of SP, Susan Tunick details how a passion for architectural terra cotta has shaped her life and artistic career. Just a few years after her awakening to the widespread use of terra cotta and the founding of Friends of Terra Cotta, the not-for-profit she now directs, SP... Read More
This week we made public the very first article from the Studio Potter archive. The article tells the story of colonial potter Daniel Clark and his diary, in which he documented his daily life. Setting a tone for the journal that still resonates today, SP founding editor, Gerry Williams, writes... Read More
I hope you are enjoying SP's new website, complete with a fully searchable archive. I'd like to give you a brief insight to how the search works, and some tips for using it.
When you input a word, author's name, technical term, or other phrase into the search box, the results will... Read More