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1960's Margrethe Dybdahl (1916-1999) was educated at Rostrup-Boyesens Art School 1934-36 and at the School of Design 1937-38. She worked together with her husband Palle Dybdahl (1918-2001) in their workshops in Northsealand, in the town of Allerød. Margrethe decorated the stoneware pottery which Palle made. They made articles for every day use including bowls, dishes, and decorative things like eggs and birds. The pottery was sold from their workshop. Margrethe and Palle also established…

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The Simple Beauty of Native American Pottery

coil-built pottery

Chris Lewis | "All work is fired to between 1300-1350°C in a large single chamber 'anagama' type kiln, built in the Spring of 2000. Firings take place two or three times a year and are of 3-4 days duration. During the firing the ash and embers are allowed to build up throughout the kiln amongst the pots. It is this process that contributes to the depth of colour and textural variety that is evident on the surface of the finished work".

nice info about melting broken glass chunks in pottery... Firing Glass on Pottery - Lakeside Pottery Ceramic school and Art Studio in Stamford Connecticut

Julia Galloway, This woman is the bomb, fabulous ceramicist, wonderful person, I just can't say enough about her!