Hope you don't mind a different view Luke, but I would recommend getting involved in a ceramics program in your area. You pay one price and have everything you need plus (usually) open studio time to practice. In this setting, you would get to explore your options and find out about your favorite materials and what you would need, plus, you will have a community with lots of information. With this start, you will not waste a lot of time and money getting things you won't need or will have to move.
Karen BMember Since 11 Sep 2010
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BFA in fine arts from Pratt Institute in 1981. Worked in studios in NYC, NJ, CT, CA and MA. Had classes or workshops with Nancy LaPointe, Ragnar Naess, Mikhail Zakin, Byron Temple, Jeff Zamek, Steve Branfman, and Randy Johnston.
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