Sunday, 29 November, 2015

Art Directories

Burnt Mill Potters


Popularity: Page View: 1905 Site Visit: 63

Karen Amundsen is an accomplished potter who creates one-of-a-kind, wheel thrown pottery with original glazes. Her pieces include dinner ware, casseroles, serving sets, flower pots, bowls, beverage service, home and garden accessories, and more. Karen began her foray into crafts as a child with many projects in plastic canvas and cross-stitch. In high school, she worked part-time in a fabric store. While employed there, she learned to sew, including prom dresses, numerous baby blankets, and home accessories. She also enjoyed drafting and architecture. Hence, she continued her education at Drexel University earning a bachelor of science in interior design. After graduation, her love of children drove her to earn a masters and doctorate degree in education and become a teacher. For a while, children's crafts kept her love of art alive. Then, she took some pottery classes and never stopped throwing, eventually creating a studio on her property. Making more pieces than she could give away, she began selling her creations for the pleasure of making more. Her creations can be found in homes throughout America, Canada, Australia, England, Norway, Japan and counting.

Description: Etsy :: Your place to buy and sell all things handmade
Etsy was founded by Rob Kalin, Chris Maguire, Haim Schoppik and Jared Tarbell in June, 2005. We are a community and a company. Click the image to the right for a view of the community, and see below for who works at Etsy Inc. Why stay in and craft all by your lonesome? Come join us for a free bookmaking workshop with artist and author Esther K. Smith whether you're in Brooklyn or anywhere in the world. Stop by for our weekly Craft Night in our online, interactive classroom, the Virtual Labs, for a live demo via webcam at 5 p.m. ET, or in person at the Etsy Labs in Brooklyn anytime between 4-8 p.m. ET at 55 Washington Street, Suite 512 in Brooklyn, New York. Craft Night is a time to make things, sharpen your craft skills and meet new friends.

Related Art Sites

Interpeting Ceramics

Contains current academic research and commentary on ceramics.

Terra Incognito

Offers classes for adults, teens and kids, studio space, and ...

Pottery Cooperative

A cooperative crafts venture featuring local artists producing handmade stoneware ...

Pottery Night

Features online galleries of functional stoneware and porcelain by three ...

Goff Pottery

Provides images of primitive and stoneware pottery and descriptions and ...

Studio Pottery UK

Up-to-date resource on and for studio potters. Find out about ...

The Ceramic Collection and Archive

Details and history of studio pottery, slipware and contemporary ceramics ...

The Ceramics Web

Provides databases of glaze recipes and material analyses, links to ...


A Studio Pottery reference site containing pot galleries, pottery, museum ...

Fired Up Studios

Fired Up Studios is a community pottery studio located in ...

Kick Wheel Plans

Complete plans for building a kicked powered wheel. Includes information ...

Scott’s Blog

Images of sculpted animals and wheel thrown vessels, with a ...

Tuppy's Ceramic Art

Blog of ceramic sculptor ceramic Antonia (Tuppy) Lawson.

Terracotta Magazine

Digital journal resources and articles related to emerging and accomplished ...

Pottery Blog: Emily Murphy

Postings from a potter making mostly functional soda fired ceramics ...

Shane Norrie - Journal

Gallery of works and upcoming exhibitions for the Canadian ceramist.

Dragonfly Clay

Entries from Canadian ceramic artist Cheryl Alena Bartram.

e2r Ceramics

Blog of Glasgow, Scotland based ceramic artist Emilka Radlinska.

Euan The Potter

The life and times of an Australian Potter, living and ...

Kieffer Ceramics

Discusses new work and influences of the Massachusetts based studio ...