Follow the Clay::  Think of how the moist clay will physically move through the studio in every stage, from forming through packing. A large studio does not necessarily mean a profitable operation. It is quite possible to have a cost-effective pottery in a relatively small studio. One area of production should flow logically to the next.

Saving Time and Money in the Ceramic Studio -- layout of your space is important. This can be seen in Daniel Ricardo Teran’s studio (at left) INot only is it large and light-filled, but it is well organized so that he can make the most of his time.

KERAMIK I HÖSTMÖRKRET - mariaemb.

KERAMIK I HÖSTMÖRKRET (MariaEmb)

this could work! Pottery workshop with solid pine storage and worktable made of pine trestles with grey table top

Setting Up Your Ceramic Studio: Ideas & Plans from Working Artists

Setting Up Your Ceramic Studio: Ideas & Plans from Working Artists (A Lark Ceramics Book)

Where I Work: Pigeon Toe Ceramics' drying racks and in-production pieces, via @Design Milk

Where I Work: Pigeon Toe Ceramics

Where I Work: Pigeon Toe Ceramics Photo. Studio visit and interview with designer Lisa Jones of Pigeon Toe Ceramics at her Portland, Oregon studio, where they focus on handmade crafts.

New to kilns? Here are my kiln tips for newbies, based on my first week of owning a Skutt kiln! It's much easier than you think!

Kiln Tips for Newbies

New to kilns? Here are my kiln tips for newbies, based on my first week of owning a Skutt kiln! It's much easier than you think!

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