List of studio potters

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A studio potter is one who is a modern artist or artisan, who either works alone or in a small group, producing unique items of pottery in small quantities, typically with all stages of manufacture carried out by themselves.[1] Studio pottery includes functional wares such as tableware, cookware and non-functional wares such as sculpture. Studio potters can be referred to as ceramic artists, ceramists, ceramicists or as an artist who uses clay as a medium.

Notable Australian studio potters[edit]

Notable British studio potters[edit]

Notable Canadian studio potters[edit]

Notable Dutch studio potters[edit]

Notable French studio potters[edit]

Notable Hungarian studio potters[edit]

Notable Japanese studio potters[edit]

Notable New Zealand studio potters[edit]

Notable Turkish studio potters[edit]

Notable US studio potters[edit]

See also[edit]


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  7. ^ John Leach: John Leach, accessdate: May 29, 2016
  8. ^ The inspiration of Marianne de Trey – necessity and decoration from cloth to clay: VADS: the online resource for visual arts - The inspiration of Marianne de Trey – necessity and decoration from cloth to clay, accessdate: May 29, 2016
  9. ^ "Round Closed Vessel, 1998". The Met. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
  10. ^ Miranda, Luis (2019-05-21). "Muere Hisae Yanase, la artista japonesa que ancló su sonrisa en Córdoba". sevilla (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-01-13.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g American Museum of Ceramic Art (2013). Common Ground: Ceramics in Southern California, 1945-1975. Pomona, California: American Museum of Ceramic Art. pp. 200–204. ISBN 978-0981672854.
  12. ^ "Harvey S. Sadow". Welcome to the White House Collection of American Crafts. Smithsonian American Art Museum. Retrieved 16 October 2016.
  13. ^ "Finding Aid to the Robert Sperry Papers". Archives of American Art. Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 1 February 2014.