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192 Jim Boone Rd
Bakersville, NC, 28705
United States

828-675-4097

The central information hub for Michael Kline Pottery, a small one man shop of pottery making in the mountains of western North Carolina.

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The Best of Sawdust and Dirt

A record of the goings on around Michael Kline Pottery!

Filtering by Tag: artist potters

2/25 Index

Michael Kline

Here is this week's top 10 based on largest percentage change of followers since last week.  [for the complete list click here. ]

I am still adding pages as I have time.

I am getting some awesome help from my database expert/potter friend, Scott Williamson of Butterfly Bend Pottery to fine tune this index and expedite the tedium of data entry.

If you would like to add your Facebook Business Page leave the FB URL in a comment below.

I also hope you find new artists through this index and this list is something of value to you.

Thanks!

Michael

Directions: Each Page Box is scrollable and if you click on posts within these boxes you will be transported to the FB Page. You don't have to be logged onto FB unless you want to comment or like pages.

Movers and Shakers

Michael Kline

Here is this week's FB Ceramic Index. For this post, I've sorted the list to reflect the fastest growing pages from the last two weeks. If you would like to see the complete (to date) list click here. If you are interested in looking at the artist's pages, you can click on their names to be magically transported to their FB sites.

Of the current roster of ceramic Facebook Pages, these artists saw the biggest positive change in their following in the last 2 weeks. It could have been from active posting and/or sharing, or an invitation campaign. Anyway, I hope you discover some artists that you weren't aware of and find this information useful!

Artist Potters

Michael Kline

15th c. Vietnam
click this pot to see the show of these
Asian Trade ceramics

Someone asked about home made brick and I thought of this website, ArtistPotters.com. Several years ago when I was building my kiln I was told to check out the anagama info on Warren Frederick and Catherine White's web page. Not only did I find the info but a lot more! There are several articles of interest about their pots and historical pots. Many of you may already know about this treasure of a site, but for those who aren't familiar please take some time to read. Catherine also has a blog that you can find here.

For info on the castable refractory recipe, go to the home page and then look at the bottom left of the screen for anagama info link.

It's a rainy muddy day. We need the rain and the peacefulness that a cloudy day brings. More mud and tape for me! Have a good Thursday.