If this is your first visit to the CBR, welcome aboard! This is a monthly review of all the great things that potters have shared on their blogs. You can also see the best pottery blogs of the past year or check out editions of the Clay Blog Review from the past.
(This is old news! For a current list, see the Top Pottery Blogs of 2015.)
The best ceramics and pottery blogs of the past year have been chosen!* Does your favorite make the list?
The following blogs were the most mentioned in the Clay Blog Review, a monthly compilation of the best clay blogging.
Another year is in the books! And what a year it was, especially for the clay blogs. So much great information shared, connections made and potters inspired. I hope you had as much fun reading the pottery blogs as I did. If you’re just finding this site, you can see a list of the Clay Blog Reviews, check the master list of ceramic blogs and if you don’t see one listed, submit it here.
And don’t forget, we’ll see who has the best pottery blog of the year! Numbers are being crunched and the list should be available in a few days. While you wait, you can see the top blogs of the year in 2012, 2011 and 2010.
But let’s see what treasures we can find in the clay blogs from the past month.
Hello good clay people! Another month is behind us which brings us to another Clay Blog Review. This one is a little later than usual but still as jam-packed full of great content as the rest. Hopefully last month’s Clay Blog Review was enough to hold you over.
If you’re new here, this is a collection of some of the finest pottery blogging of the past month. The links sorted into categories including process and technique, tips and technical information, recent work, thoughts, interviews and everything else.
The Can’t Miss
- Grass is Working with colored clays and NERIKOMI.
- Lori Watts makes a new Trimming Bat.
- Art by Fuzzy shares a Goshen Pottery Workshop Video:
August has come and gone and left us with some great pottery blogging to read and re-read. Here are my favorites from the past month. Let me know if you have a favorite post or blog that was missed!
The Can’t Miss
- Marian Williams shares instructions for Pit Firing and Creates Pottery Tools From Recycled Items.
- Rachel Dorn has a great post about her Sprigs and Stamps.
- Objective Clay has some information about Terra Sigillata from Kip O’Krongly.
- Jeffrey R. Guin explains how he made a Mishima Decorated Platter.
- The Clay Blog Review for July got a lot of love but check it out if you missed it. Thanks for sharing!