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surfing wieh helen bates - march 30, 2006 - germany, spain, usa

updated sat 1 apr 06


Helen Bates on thu 30 mar 06

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Surfing wieh Helen Bates - March 30, 2006 - Germany, Spain, USA

Sabine and Thomas Bergmann (Bergmann Erlangen Auctions) (Germany)
(European auctions include several categories of antique continental
stoneware and porcelain. Includes a database for german marks on the
main auctions list page [scroll down.])

Jeff Schlanger (Pleasantville, NY, USA)

(Artist working in clay and line art to express the Jazz idiom in his
"musicWitness®" paintings and sculpture.) (He was a student of Maija
Grotell at the Cranbrook Academy of Art.)

Francisco Arenas Martinez (Paco Arenas) (Aviles, Asturias, Spain) (Spanish) (Babelfish machine translation)
(Ceramist and sculptor working in a raku technique. He has a link to a
page on the Gijon summer school mentioned below (click on top
right-hand image.)

Toni Soriano (Espacio Ceramica) (Gijon, Asturias, Spain) (Spanish) (Babelfish Machine translation)
(Espacio Ceramica was formerly called "Textura." Soriano a studio
sculptor working in clay and making textured wall pieces, operates a
major teaching studio and biennially during July and August runs an
international summer school and ceramic workshop.

Martin Schlotz (Laudert, Germany) (Babelfish machine translation)
(Glazed stoneware and porcelain pottery with Oriental glazes such as
Shino and Copper red)
(Click the red arrow at the back edge of the pot.)

America Craft Council Southeast (USA)
(The American Craft Council's Southeast Conference "Spotlight"
Exhibitions for 2000 and 2003 are on view.) (The 2006 version has just
closed but has yet to be put online.)

The Ross C. Purdy Museum of Ceramics (Westerville, OH, USA)
(A collection of hundreds of pots by contemporary and earlier potters
mainly of the USA; specialty ceramics, glass objects, and various
sculptures) Mel Jacobson's vase:
Cindy (Mrs. Bill) Butler-Jones's sheep:
Yes, Bill Jones's wife is a potter:
Ms B-J also teaches ceramics at Sinclair College, Dayton, OH:



Helen Bates (Belleville, Ontario, Canada)
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