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Klitgaarden Antik & Ting
Ceramics from 19th and 20th C Danish potteries.

La Piedra Comunica "The Stone Communicates"
Online exhibition of works by by Tony Ferguson

Marianne Heller Gallery
With an emphasis on England, the gallery has presents ceramic vessels and sculptures by European artists. A permanent exhibition as well as presentations of individual artists and group shows mirror the various standards of individual achievement as well as the most recent trends and developments in ceramic art. Situated in Heidelberg, Germany. Bilingual German/English.

Modern ceramics gallery located in Greve in Chianti, Tuscany. Includes
works in glass.

An exhibition of German ceramists using geometry in their decorative work.

Maureen Michaelson Gallery
Specialist in contemporary ceramics exhibiting artists of international standing within a domestic environment in London.

Mobilia Gallery
Ceramics and Glass, located in Cambridge, Massachussetts. Works by Dorothy Feibleman, Elizabeth Fritsch, Richard Shaw and others.

Chooses to represent select few artists.

Potters Bristol shop
Retail outlet for the work of 50 professional potters. A co-operative run by the members. Site shows details of each member with pictures of work.

Prime Gallery
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Carries a number of Canadian ceramic artists, as well as wood, glass, textiles and other media.

Pucker Gallery
Gallery in Boston showing the work of Shimaoka, Matsuzaki Ken, BrotherThomas, Phil Rogers and others.

Rosedale Street Gallery
The inner western Sydney studio and gallery of Leonard and Lindy Rose Smith.

Solomon Dubnick Gallery
Represents a variety of ceramic artists, e.g. Gary Dinnen and Rimas VisGirda. Located in Sacramento, California.

Terra Viva Gallery
For 2003, 7 new fine exhibits are shown from March to
December. You can find them on our website and more information about ceramic artists of the Gallery: Sophie Combres, Claude Champy and others.

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

Touching Stone Gallery
Showcases traditional Japanese ceramics in simple Southwestern setting.

UK Galleries
Mindboggingly comprehensive... brought to you by StudioPottery.co.uk.

Virtual Ceramics Museum Tour
Take a virtual tour of Museums on the Web that deal especially with ceramics!

World of Sun Gallery
S pecialise in Mexican pottery, ceramic craft and candle holders.

Yakimoto Network
a learning center devoted to Japanese pottery. Yakimono means fired thing and we wish to make this word known worldwide.

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