The AAPA promotes the recognition, interest, understanding and appreciation of American art pottery.
Members receive the Journal of the American Art Pottery Association (JAAPA), which is published four time a year (Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter). Journal readers find beautifully photographed and fully researched, in-depth articles on pottery and pottery making from the vintage, well known to the surprise and seemingly obscure. Much of this info you'll find no where else.
Also for the pottery enthusiast is the Association’s annual convention, which includes a pottery show, sale and auction, and relevant tours, exhibits and presentations.
Magazine is finest I know of devoted to all aspects of ceramic art, studio potters, design, critical review, technical, etc. Valuable indexes to potters, authors and subjects are available on the site -- and it's gorgeous!
This site assembles information about past and present Maryland artists.
Baltimore Clayworks is a prominent member of the Baltimore arts community. As a non-profit, artist centric, ceramic art center, it exists to develop, sustain, and promote outstanding artistic, educational, and collaborative programs in ceramic arts.
Ron is a neighbor of mine in South Baltimore, and also happens to be a great photographer. Evidence the scintillating shot of Baltimore Harbor at dusk in the header. His specialty is commercial and residential real estate photography.
Ms. Lampi evokes the spirit of the north woods in her ceramic art. Stoneware and porcelain are used in various combinations to create the feeling of nature at home.
Beautiful presentation of examples of work by well known and not-so-well-known ceramic artists and links to their sites. Names you may recognise include Warashina, Takamori, Heino, Volkous, Soldner, McIntosh. A sampling of other names incudes Peter Callas, John Britt, Tom Coleman, Jack Troy, Jennifer Lee, Tip Toland, Susan Filley, and many more........