What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
Spent most of my years in high school and every free moment in undergrad making pottery and sculpture. During graduate school, however, I had little time. Only recently (10 months ago) have I been able to revisit my first love, and am now opening a small, personal studio.
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Knowledge! I am constantly pushing myself outside my zone of comfort and want to continually learn as much as I am able, as well as to share my knowledge with others! Since I opened a business only one month ago, I would greatly appreciate any advice for one who is beginning their journey independently!! Lastly, I would love to meet fellow artists in or around my community - or just to be able to chat with colleagues!
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
Do you have your own, or participate in other ceramics Websites:
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