Posted 22 November 2010 - 02:44 PM
I was once located in Clearwater FL with the access to supplies that was pretty good. However now Im up in the northeast point of Georgia (Hartwell to be exact) and I think my biggest obstacle is knowing where to go for ceramic goods. I know that the members on this forum have to be spread throughout so would anyone know of places to go for supplies? From my searches I havent found much within an hour from my location. Even so what internet supplies do you find to be the best over all? I stumbled across Kentucky Mud Works and I was impressed by them. I recently picked up 50 pounds from Good Dirt in Athens GA but I do believe that they only sell clay being that they are mainly studio/gallery orientated.
Any help would be very much appreciated. Been a wonderful forum visit so far and I will definitely be returning.
Posted 22 November 2010 - 06:20 PM
There are several across the border in South Carolina. I am not familiar with the locations...
Clay-king.com in Spartanburg and Coastal Ceramic Supply in Summerville both sell moist clay but not listed as selling raw material.
I live 280 miles from my closest supplier. I ship. I am a Potters Council members and the benefits are great especially for shipping. You also get discounts on Ceramics monthly, Pottery making Illustrated, you get a web gallery as a member, and they offer health insurance. There are more benefits than that.
So welcome to our group.
Marcia Selsor, Professor Emerita,
Montana State University-Billings
Marcia Selsor Studio in Brownsville, Texas.
Posted 23 November 2010 - 08:53 AM
"But it does move," said Galileo under his breath.
Posted 16 January 2011 - 03:48 PM
I am looking forward to having everything ready to go and it is difficult for me to wait for my studio to be complete! I look forward to any advise that may be given. I am always open to advice and new and old ideas! Eager to learn anything and everything someone is willing to teach me.
Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:24 PM
Your ability to work hard, scrounge and trade will serve you well as a potter.
Please let us know how your journey goes and don't hesitate to ask questions.
Contemporary Fine Colored Porcelain
TRY ... FAIL ... LEARN ... REPEAT
" ... If a sufficient number of people are different, no one has to be normal"
Posted 16 January 2011 - 08:10 PM
Posted 21 January 2011 - 12:16 AM
IM still learning the whole "full kiln" aspect, now I wish I didnt miss the kiln loadings in college. Happy firings.
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