Potters & Sculptors - Making Rock from Mud
Crowd-sourcing information and learning for mid-fire ceramic artists.
Our ning platform hosts changed the way the slideshow works. We can no longer click on the current image in the slideshow and go directly to that image in the photo collection for that artist. There is a link to all photos below the slideshow and you can follow it to the collection of all cone6pots photos. If you sort that list of photos by popularity they should display in the same order as the slideshow on the front page and you can easily find the image and artist who made that piece.
It's pretty easy to start up a blog on your own, the hard part is connecting to your audience. The cone6pots network comes with a 2,000 plus membership that has pre-filtered itself out of the general population. If you have interesting things to say about what you are doing with your ceramic art, you have a built-in audience. We have easy to use tools for you to blog, start a discussion, post your pictures and videos, or form a special interest sub-group around a specific topic. The more members create, and add to the network, the more vibrant the network becomes.
All back newsletters, and a great deal of archival material can be found in the following not-so-secret location: http://cone6pots.ning.com/page/page/list
Questions? Contact George Lewter
Updated Dec. 27, 2017