A resource area that will be updated and added to over time.
About.com: Pottery — a very useful umbrella site
Arts and Crafts/Prairie/Mission Style — these link to sites covering my favorite British and American ceramic art genre: Heads, Hands and Hearts, Roycroft, Prairie, William Morris, Gustav Stickley, American Craftsman, The Craftsman magazine (1901-1916), American Bungalow magazine
Ceramic Arts Daily; you’ll have to sign up for this with an e-mail address but it’s well worth your while. Created by the Ceramics Monthly people.
potters.org — covers every topic under the sun related to clay
BOOKS (available in the aStore on the toolbar)
Cardew, Michael, Pioneer Pottery — thank you for this reference and for those of the next three authors, Joan.
Casson, Michael, Pottery in Britain Today
Hesselberth, John and and Ron Roy, Mastering Cone 6 Glazes: Improving Durability, Fit and Aesthetics
Hopper, Robin, The Ceramic Spectrum, Robin Hopper Ceramics: A Lifetime of Works, Ideas and Teachings, Making Marks: Discovering the Ceramic Surface, Stayin’ Alive: Survival Tactics for the Visual Artist, Functional Pottery: Form and Aesthetic in Pots of Purpose — (listed in order of publication date, most recent first)
Leach, Bernard, A Potter’s Handbook — a seminal work and primary source.
Nelson, Glenn C., Ceramics: a Potter’s Handbook — this was my college text. I find it every bit as useful today.
Rhodes, Daniel, Clays and Glazes for the Potter — thank you for the tip, Eric.
Rhodes, Daniel, Kilns: Design, Construction and Operation — thank you, Eric!
VIDEOS (See section under categories.)
SUPPLIES (in my locale)
The Green Barn, Surrey, B.C.
Opus Framing and Art Supply, throughout the Lower Mainland