Links - Other - Worldwide

Annascaul Pottery's

Annascaul Pottery is a small family run pottery studio and shop in Annascaul, County Kerry, Ireland. All the pottery is handmade and hand decorated.

A Touch of Clay

Gives details of Orly Nezer´s work.


Gives details of José Antonio Sarmiento´s work and philosophy and other artists in the gallery

Antique Alive

Antique Alive presents Korean antique treasures, works of art, and handicrafts in various art forms including celadon and white pottery. The site offers art essays to provide resources and in-depth information about diverse Korean arts and crafts.

Artelier vzw

Belgium contemporary Crafts with many ceramic artists to see

Beth Coe Maeda

Beth Coe Maeda lives in São Paulo - Brazil. She works with artistic ceramics and develops glazes - macro crystalline glazes and red copper glazes in reduction

Ceramic Studio, Prague

A studio, gallery and school of ceramics based in Prague.

Ceramica Norio

Brazilian Ceramic Website

Chilean Ceramics

Excellent Range of Chilean artists, with images of work, plus twice yearly magazine - currently in Spanish.

Clayspace Co-Op

Welcome to the Clayspace Co-op. We are a ceramic arts cooperative and gallery located in Asheville's Historic River Arts District, North Carolina

Craft and Artisans of India

This is a portal of Indian crafts which explains the different types of ceramics in India by region. It is also a directory of artisans/arts.

Delhi Blue Pottery Trust

The leading website for updates on events and workshops on studio pottery in Delhi.

Dodero Studio Ceramics

Decorative raku pottery sold wholesale and retail

Els Wenselaers

An interesting website by a Belgium potter.

Gabriella Maholanyi and Laszlo Illes

Hungarian ceramists, making not only the famous traditional Hungarian pottery, but also high-fire ceramics and raku. Our range of works include art pieces as well as various functional ceramics

Graham Hay

Australian Paper Clay Artist with extensive information on Paper Clay on site

Japanese Tableware wants many people to know more about Japanese ceramic tableware. Interesting to look at.

Jose Carvalho Ceramics

A Brazilian ceramist from Sao Paulo, who also runs a series of courses


A small pottery making a wide range of decorative and functional ceramics.

Magali Arieta

A Brazilian ceramist from Rio de Janeiro, who also promotes workshops of potters from others cities or countries on her studio

Makoto Hatori

Makoto Hatori,Ceramic artist who trained as a Japanese traditional potter but expresses his own philosophy into new, contemporary creations. (I found it bit slow to download but worth the effort!)

Minerva Chango

Potter and Professor of ceramics at Instituto Universitario de Artes Visuales Armando Reverón from Caracas, Venezuela. A very smart website.

New Zealand Anagama Pottery

New Zealand Potter specialising in Anagama - Estelle and Bruce Martin

Potters Online

Graham Mercer, an Australian potter, is establishing an Australian ceramic arts resource called Potters Online which is a one-stop-shop bringing together the public searching for quality Australian ceramics, artists, educators, suppliers and gallerie

Ricardo Casimiro

A Portuguese ceramicst.

Robert Compton Pottery

A US Potter in Vermont

Shiho Kanzaki

Anagama - Wood fired stoneware from Shigaraki, Japan

Spanish pottery

Spanish pottery dedicated to hand painted ceramics in Mediterranean style

Sylvia Ohrn

Sylvia Ohrn is a well-known Vancouver potter


Assoicacion de Ceramistas de Cataluna

The Memorial Ceramic Cunha

A site for a museum for the ceramicists who started noborigama firing in Brasil, most of them from Japan



Zinongo Gallery - Western Australia

Based in Freemantle - 47 Lefroy Road Beaconsfield WA 6162 Australia - Njalikwa Chongwe specialises in bright colouful and vibrant Raku and stoneware.