Art @ Work Today is an online project that will initiate and host documentary material on lost and forgotten South African potters
An interactive arts gateway to artists, museums, galleries etc..
An evolving independent network of artists.
on-line directory of part-time art classes and craft workshops, UK and Europe, including some ceramics
Interesting website - Artistes - Artisans d'Art with good number of ceramic artists shown from a number of countries. Descriptions shown in artists home language and French.
Provides descriptions of the 15,000 archival items that makes up this major collection.
Ceramic Arts Library. Selling New, Hard-to-Find titles, Used, and Out-of-Print Books for the ceramic world.
Useful page for finding a range of ceramic equipment in Australia
a developing interactive resource starting with pages to help with identification of pots and a discussion forum, plus images from the many UK galleries, potteries and museums
Visit Vicki Hardin's Clay Art Web Guide for around 1000 ceramic links
This site from Andy and Katie Clift has the goal of being ' the best navigational tool that guides one with ease through a united world wide web of ceramics' It has a vast range of information including details of their own work.
Critical Ceramics publishes unique and insightful works that would not have had an opportunity elsewhere. Check it out
Excellent information about the lives and work of Harry and May Davis.
My blog is mainly about my life as a potter, with a few other bits in the mix - full of helpful, practical hints
Denby China Find specialises in the supply of discontinued Denby China and Denby Pottery to customers in the UK and Worldwide
Design Flanders promotes designers and their designs and stimulates companies and the public to use design. It has a wide range of Belgian Ceramicists listed.
The study of ceramic materials is at the center of all ceramic technology. This site is comprehensive and comes highly recommended.
For those with an interest in or a need for information on Dutch Gouda pottery, this is the site to visit
Website of sculptor Peter Holland.
A free web site that allows anyone working (or wanting to work) with glazes to get started. The site combines glaze analysis software with an empirical approach for both glaze properties and color effects.
Extensive information source about German Ceramics
All about Isle of Wight Pottery, books and people.
e-Yakimono.net is a multi-lingual alliance devoted to bringing people everywhere the best in traditional and modern Japanese ceramics, in both the English and Japanese languages. Our goal is to give you the best on both an educational level and ecomm
National peak body for the visual arts, craft and design sector working through advocacy and service provision, to achieve a flourishing Australian visual arts sector
Tim Caulton has set up this useful site which shows images of marks for more than 300 potters in New Zealand and plans to have 500 shown by the year end (2005).
New Designers aims to help designers to launch their careers and develop valuable contacts.
"Named after the dutch/gouda pottery the site is about the makers and marks, history, price, development in 105 years, insurance, restauration, cleaning, wordslist, etiquette, museums in Holland with plateel collections, etc. The site is in Dutch.
A major resource for information about porcelain in all its forms
Collectors website with some work for sale and brief biographies of twenty excellent potters
This UK based service is a breakdown of the discussion on Clayart - the internet discussion group. Clayart is now hosted and run by the American Ceramics Society, and this site is a categorised archive of that discussion.
Emily Murphy, a studio potter making mostly functional soda fired ceramics in my studio in Chicago, IL.
The site focuses on Dutch art pottery from the Regina factory and appears very comprehensive
"Picture galleries of post-war ceramics from England and Europe, covering many of the major factories.
- a personal collection of Poole Pottery with galleries and reference information
This site from Australia is concerned with anagama and woodfired pots and woodfirers themselves, run by Arthur and Carol Rosser, with a link to their own website and many good links to others
An educational website that for reference is a good source of information on pottery such as its history, basic process, and the industry.
Brilliant site with extensive database covering Stoke on Trent Potters and Potteries through the ages - well worth a visit
Interesting information on some potters and potteries
A vast and informative collection of Yunomi's. Well work several visits
The Kiln Club is based at The University of the Creative Arts Farnham at the outdoor kiln site at the top of the car park. There is a wood kiln and Gas kilns which are used for Raku Firing.
The National Archives have recently launched a new online exhibition featuring Victorian ceramic designs. The site provides both contextual information regarding manufacturers and help concerning the identification of ceramic items via diamond marks
Help and advice with all your pottery or ceramic questions. A member of the Institute of Materials, Mining and Minerals and the Society of Glass Technology He is regarded as one of the world's experts in glaze technology.
Focused on the history of the old South Devon potteries which comprised Torquay Pottery. Contact: Membership Secretary, Torquay Pottery Collectors Society, Torquay Museum, 529 Babbacombe Road, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 1HG.
Lists details of many West Australian potters