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Tag: handmade ceramics

Handmade Ceramics: Wood Grain Mugs and Vases

In the spring of last year a new, local shop reached out to me about including my pottery in their store. I was excited about a new opportunity to sell my artwork, but tentative about the required year long commitment, and monthly rent. Despite my concerns I decided to jump in with both feet, and…

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T.G.I. Friday’s Summer of Fridays Tour: Artists and Crafters Feature

I am so excited to share a recent feature of mine in T.G.I. Friday’s new campaign, local and handmade. In an effort to rebrand their company, T.G.I. Friday’s has been busy meeting artists, crafters, musicians, and all people artsy across the US. To keep with the theme they recruited photographers from Instagram to document these…

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Handmade Ceramics: Antique Inspired, Stamped Plates

While putting together a new set of handmade ceramic pieces for the lovely shop, Crafted Westside, I decided to try out some new techniques. I stumbled upon a number of interesting stamps at a local shop, and thought it could be a quick, easy way to add detail to my pottery pieces. I tested the…

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Handmade Ceramics: Antique Inspired Stamped Mugs

With my new artistic endeavor at Crafted Westside, for the first time I have had the opportunity to really experiment with ceramics and find my aesthetic niche. I recently began adding stamped words and letters to my ceramics, with my “joe” mugs and teapots, and this technique has crossed over to incorporating stamps of objects into…

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Handmade Ceramics: Alphabet Mugs, Nursery Rhyme Teapots, and Flower Bowls

These last few weeks have been a blur of late afternoons, clay, pottery wheels, handmade ceramic pieces, glaze, encaustic wax, and glass. My recent decision to join the newest addition to the Atlanta retail scene, Crafted Westside, meant I needed to produce pottery. My long afternoons began, my second job as working artist started as…

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Crafted Westside

I am so excited to share about my new home for the next year, Crafted Westside. A few weeks ago I was approached by owner, Shanna, about adding my artwork to her soon-to-be-open store. She discovered my pottery through my new Etsy shop, Sweet Celadon, and thought my products would fit with the look and…

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