Since I think about color kind of constantly for both my pots and our home, it was such a delight to receive an email from a lovely freelance writer who not only works with Sherwin-Williams online publications about paint and color for design professionals, but also owns a couple of my pots! Beth Rutledge contacted me […]
I could assert that the first characteristic most people notice when laying eyes on most anything, including a handmade piece of pottery, is its color. The color can compel you to stop and note the form, drawing you in to glimpse the details, or drive you to keep on walking if its hue doesn’t strike […]
This is a pictorial of my recent color ruminations as I seek (out of both need and desire) to re-vamp my glaze palette. Pictured: chartreuse, lime and celery to cerulean, robin’s egg and turquoise to red maple, raspberry and garnet to plum, aubergine and grape to persimmon, tangerine and mango to white. Big […]
Virtual demos & post-live recordings are happening! Be the first to know about future workshops by signing up for my newsletter! About Kristen: I have taught adult community classes for over 20 years and almost 70 in-person workshops. I’ve been a full-time studio potter since 2003 and have been working consistently in clay since 1992. I’m […]
Workshop Logistics: Contract Norms & Honorarium Realities by Kristen Kieffer originally published in Ceramics Monthly, pp. 40-44, Feb issue 2020. Copyright, The American Ceramic Society. Reprinted w. permission. Pottery Saved My Life post by Kristen Kieffer, 2019. PSA: Standing to Throw & Potter Ergonomics, Mindful Maker Interview for Wellness for Makers, updated 2018. Remembering A […]
Kristen Kieffer is a full-time studio potter & instructor based in Massachusetts.