Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Brooks Oliver. His refined ceramic vessels draw from the sleek aesthetics of design while maintaining the scale and proportions of handmade studio ceramics. In our interview we talk about using the 3d printer as a prototyping tool, developing a personal sense of color, and the growth of the Dallas Pottery Invitational. For more information on Brooks visit www.brooksoliver.com. For more information on the DPI visit www.dallaspotteryinvitational.com.
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Community Corkboard, 9/12/19:
Today’s event is the Spruce Pine Potters Market happening October 12th and 13 at The Historic Cross Street Building in Spruce Pine, NC. The market is an annual invitational show featuring thirty of the region's best potters and clay artists. Admission is free and lunches are available for purchase on site. For more information visit www.sprucepinepottersmarket.com.
I’d like to thank Amaco/Brent for sponsoring the community cork board. Brent Equipment is celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year and have created a Limited Edition Black CXC wheel. Brent equipment is made in the USA with high quality, locally sourced materials, which allows them to provide an industry leading 10-year warranty. For more information visit www.amaco.com. To have your event or comment featured on the Community Corkboard, send me an email through the contact link at www.talesofaredclayrambler.com/contact.