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ATTN Our Friends
in Eugene:

For the month of August, Georgies of Eugene's store hours will be 10am - 5pm, Monday thru Saturday. If you need to visit between 9:00 and 10:00am, please call Maria at 541.338.7654 to make special arrangements. Thank you!

New From Georgies for Fall '14
Medium image of PG647 Burnt Orange. Medium image of CC554 Mazama Red. Medium image of PG648 Maroon.
PG647 • Burnt Orange CC554 • Mazama Red ^6 Clay PG648 • Maroon

Click these images to visit our glaze & clay color pages.

And More New Glazes Coming Soon:
PG649 Grey and PG650 Brown!

RAKU: GlovesTongsGlazesSpecialty ClaysRaku Kilns & PartsBooks on Raku
COYOTE: Pints • Gallons • Dry • Special Orders

More "Made With Clay" Classes Coming in August

Friday, Aug.8:
Throwing from the Hump DEMO
Friday, Aug.15: Interactive Pigments Friday, Aug.15:
Make Your Own
Texture Tools
Friday, Aug.22:
How to Build a
Sawdust Kiln
Friday, Aug.29: Build Your Own Cup
amd RAKU!
Click any small image to visit our Classes page for more information.

NOW ALSO ONLINE: July & August Saturday Demo Schedules for Georgies of Eugene!

Georgies "Made With Clay" 2014

The Schedule is Online Now!
Classes coming up in both Portland and Eugene:
click either location to see the full lineup!

Call us in Portland at 503.283.1353 or Eugene at 541.338.7654 to sign up.
Don't wait too long: these classes fill up fast every year!


Enjoy an extra 20% discount on ALL the items you buy on the day you attend any of our "Made With Clay" workshops. This discount adds to any regular business, teacher, or other discounts you may receive -- including sale prices! This offer does NOT apply to Georgies' eight-week clay classes or gift certificates.

The Potters Council presents, hosted by Georgies in Portland:
Layering the Ceramic Surface
October 24-25-26, 2014

Featured Presenters:

Andrew Gilliatt Patrick Horsley Angelica Pozo Lana Wilson
Small image of plates by Andrew Gilliatt. Small image of vases by Patrick Horsley. Small image of tile by Angelica Pozo. Small image of goblet by Lana Wilson.
Click any of these 4 images for more information
and links to the official Potters Council website for registration information.

Show Dates June 21 - August 8
Ben & Caroline Brooks: Pottery & Sculpture

Small image for Joan & the Apple.

"Caroline's figurative work is based on narratives drawn from personal experiences, family stories, and folklore from her Austrian-American background."

Brooks Pottery is comprised of Ben and Caroline Brooks, ceramic artists who reside in Lincoln City on the central Oregon Coast. Ben produces functional ware, and both create sculptures that explore narratives through different stylistic approaches. Ben alters and infuses everyday forms with metaphor. Caroline's figurative works merge humans and animals in the portrayal of history and folklore.

"Ben creates both functional and sculptural work in clay. With an interest in science, he enjoys the alchemy of the medium."

Small image for Odd Man Out by Ben Brooks.

Join Us Saturday, June 21st, 2-4pm for an Opening Reception.
You're invited!

Now Showing in Georgies' Portland Gallery: Georgies Clay Students

Now Showing at Georgies of Eugene: Fauna
(June 1st to July 14th)

Gallery News

Opening Friday Night at Eutectic Gallery in Portland
Show runs from June 6 to July 26

Click the image to visit Eutectic Gallery's website

It's Springtime in Oregon!

Spring totem by Maria Sampson from Georgies of Eugene.

Maria Sampson made this charming spring totem with flowers, birds, squirrels, and a wonky birdhouse! She used our Cascade Gloss ^6 glazes, Sculptural/Textural ^6 glazes and Interactive Pigments. Click the black photo on the left for a larger view, or click the flyer on the right to download a PDF technique sheet with all the details of her glazes combinations.

Local Potter Makes Forbes
Andrew Beckham Crafts Terra Cotta Amphorae

Each amphora takes two weeks to construct and three months to dry.

Photo credit: Cathy Huyghe

Andrew splits his attentions between growing grapes and making wine at his Beckham Estate Vineyard, making 75-gallon amphorae, and teaching ceramics full-time at Beaverton High. He builds his amphorae in six-inch sections, using coil-and-throw techniques, with Georgies' Vortex Red Sculptural clay.

To read the full article in Forbes, click:
Coming Soon to a Wine Near You

To follow Andrew's further adventures in wine and clay, click:
Beckham Estate Vineyard on Facebook

Silverton Students Make Tile

We recently had opportunity to work with Angela McGraw on making and installing outdoor art tiles at Silverton Elementary. It all came out so well that Angela shared photos with us! She and her students used our Wonder White Sculptural clay with Duncan Concepts underglazes and Duncan Pure Brilliance over the Concepts.

Long view of Evergreen Elementary tile installation.

Click the small images for larger photos.

Which of These is Not Like the Others?

(Yes, it's a trick question. They're all the same glaze.)

The difference is in the firing schedule. Changing the heat-up and cool-down timechanged the color results of our Ohata Red -- and other glazes too! Click the image to visit the How-To page for a full discussion of the how, the when, and the results.

Cone 6 Reduction?
Sure. We can do that.

Choose your clay. Choose your glaze.
Click any color sample for larger photos.

  Cone 6 Oxidation Cone 6 Reduction Reduced on dark clay
Wood Ash
Wood Ash
Ohata Red
Plum Black
Nassau Blue

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Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. • 756 NE Lombard • Portland OR 97211 • 503.283.1353 • 800.999.CLAY
Georgies of Eugene • 1471 Railroad Blvd #9 • Eugene OR 97402 • 541.338.7654 • 866.234.CLAY
Fax numbers: Portland 503.283.1387 Eugene 541.338.7565
Store Hours: Monday thru Saturday, 9:00a to 5:00p Pacific time • Business office hours 9a-5p, Monday thru Friday

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