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The 18th Annual Los Angeles Pottery Show 2018 Dates Announced

The 18th Annual Los Angeles Pottery Show 2018 will be held at the Glendale Civic Auditorium the weekend of March 3rd and 4th, 2018 The Glendale Civic Auditorium is a longtime favorite venue in the Los Angeles area for events both large and small.  This dynamic venue features an unrivaled array of resources for many […]

SWEET EARTH POTTERY

Sweet Earth Pottery by Taira Wiggins “My interest in pottery began thirty years ago as a collector.  Holding a ceramic piece that was made by the artist a hundred years ago or more, and running my hands over that piece to feel how it was made connects me to the artist. The forms and glazes, […]

Revival Arts Studio by Stephani Stephenson

Revival Arts Studio The Los Angeles Pottery Show is pleased to announce that Stephani Stephenson of Revival Arts Studio will be exhibiting at the show for the first time. A trained sculptor, avid student of history and master of ceramic arts, Stephani Stephenson began working with clay in 1980, and earned a BA and MFA […]

Foxlo Pottery by Fox & Lois Garney

Foxlo Pottery Fox and Lois Garney have been collaborating on ceramic pieces since 1972.  They met in the Ceramics Dept. of San Jose State University where they discovered their mutual love of clay.  After graduating with Bachelor of Art Degrees they opened their first studio, Foxlo Pottery, in Fresno, CA.  There, they produced a line […]

Annie’s Garden Ceramics

Annie’s Garden Ceramics This beautiful and functional art pottery is both designed and hand crafted by Annie Aldrich at her own ceramics studio in Big Bear Lake in Southern California. All of her work is individually hand crafted of durable high-fire stoneware, using only lead-free glazes making them food-safe and water-tight. This beautifully functional pottery, […]

The LAPS team

LAPS Remembers Co-Founder Ken Stalcup

Ken Stalcup, co-founder of The Los Angeles Pottery Show quietly passed away on January 13th, 2017 after a battle with cancer.  Those who know Ken personally describe him as a kind, patient and strong person who will be dearly missed. Ken Stalcup and his longtime partner and recent spouse Dennis Warden started the Los Angeles [...]