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Missouri University Clay Klub
Upcoming workshops, virtual gallery, salt kiln page, Woodfiring workshop.

Molitor, Gary
Cast porcelain ceramic sculpture, mixed media sculpture, art cups, drawings, personal life stories, SciFi adventure stories and and other creative adventures.

individually made ceramic tiles with relief patterns and matte glazes.

Museum of Ceramic Art at Alfred University
Works from the permanent collection, current & recent exhibitions.

Meeker, Nancee
Pit-fired & sagger fired pottery

Nancy's Creations
Specializing in hand painted ceramics and ready to paint bisque. New tips and techniques each month. Lots of pictures and information.

National Fine Arts Title Registration
An opportunity for owners of original art to register their pieces in an effort to add value, security and prestige to works of art.

Natsoulas, Tony
work is figurative, and also quite satirical. His Downtown Plaza Sculptures take an amusing look at suburban shopping centre culture, while other works, e.g. Babylonian Punk in House and others, critically analyze different aspects of society.

Neal, Jim
North Georgia Artist working in functional and sculptural forms. He has worked with Debra Fritts and Scott Bennett.

Nelson, Debbie & Rudy
Debbie and Rudy run the Quail Creek Pottery in Olympia, WA.

New Art Pottery
Work by Tim Eberhardt, somewhere in the middle between a painter and a potter.

New Mexican Potters
working with the unique indigenous micaceous clay used by Native American potters in the area for centuries

New York State College of Ceramics
With the Scholes Library of Ceramics, International Museum of Ceramic Art, Art & Design pages, Engineering & Materials pages.

Newcomb Pottery
In 1894 young faculty from the H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College (Tulane University in New Orleans, LA) established an ambitious, ground-breaking program of vocational training for young women artists. The program was an experiment to closely entwine the fine arts curriculum with a commercial enterprise. The goal was to provide employment for graduates when there were few work opportunities for women.

Nicholson, Bob
Sky Dog Pottery features work inspire by traditional Southwestern forms, petroglyphs and rock art.

Nickson, Vicki
A collection of works by Vicki Nickson, primarily earthenware and majolica functonal pieces.

Norris, John
Art, Information, Ceramics, and You - data (textual and other) that brings meaning to art, in particular, Ceramic Art.

Novell's Molds
Manufactures plaster molds for the hobby ceramic industry.

NY/NJ Academy of Ceramic Arts
Ceramic artist Frank Bosco and his wife, Ann, founded the Academy in the spring of 1997. The school is dedicated to the education and creative growth of individuals who enjoy working with clay.

Ohr O'Keefe Museum of Art
Featurung the works of George Ohr and others.

Ojo Sarco Pottery
Functional, porcelain and white stoneware tableware and one of a kind pottery. Located in the US.

Oliver, David
Ceramic artist making sculptural vessels and sculptures of mushroom fields, 'skull' pots, extraterrestrials etc.

Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild
A community of working potters in the San Francisco bay area.

Oregon College of Arts and Crafts
Embodying both a history as a traditional crafts school and the drive toward innovation, OCAC ceramics grounds students in basic building, finishing and firing techniques. Concurrently, students work with clay as both a sculptural and functional medium.

Oregon Potters Association
The Oregon Potters Association is a group of potters working in Oregon and Southwest Washington, USA. Our goal is to promote individual creativity, excellence and growth through education and a cooperative spirit.

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