Welcome to Potters Passion

Potters Passion is a leading online resource for beginner and intermediate pottery enthusiasts, offering expert tips, techniques, ideas, and equipment reviews. Our team of experienced potters and ceramic artists is dedicated to providing high-quality, reliable information to help you develop your skills and passion for pottery.

Our Mission

At Potters Passion, we are committed to delivering accurate, comprehensive, and inspiring content that covers the fundamentals of pottery and ceramic art. Our goal is to be a trusted source of information, helping you find the best tools and techniques to enhance your pottery experience. We strive to make our content accessible and easy to understand, ensuring that you can find the answers to your questions quickly and efficiently.

Our Editorial Team

A lot happens behind the scenes. We’re a small, tight-knit team focused on making Potters Passion a fun and easy to use resource for all.

Jen Weisner

Jen Weisner

Lead Pottery Instructor

Jen holds a Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design and has been teaching pottery for over 15 years. She has exhibited her work in numerous galleries, including the New Work exhibition at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia. Jen’s unique style and technique have earned her recognition in the pottery community, and she has been featured in several prominent pottery publications, such as Ceramics Monthly. Her passion for teaching and dedication to her craft make her an invaluable member of the Potters Passion team.

Emma Sullivan

Emma Sullivan

Ceramic Arts Specialist

Emma is a certified ceramic artist with a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from the University College London. She has worked with various renowned pottery studios, such as Heath Ceramics in California and Made by Hand in the UK, gaining extensive experience in the field. Emma’s keen eye for detail and in-depth knowledge of ceramic arts history make her an expert in identifying the best tools and equipment for potters of all skill levels. She regularly contributes to the Ceramic Review magazine, sharing her insights and expertise with the pottery community.

David Miller

David Miller

Pottery Technician

David has been working in the pottery industry for over a decade, specializing in equipment maintenance and repair. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), which has enabled him to develop a deep understanding of the technical aspects of pottery equipment. David’s expertise ensures that our equipment reviews are accurate, reliable, and up-to-date. He is a regular contributor to the Pottery Making Illustrated magazine, where he shares his knowledge and insights on pottery equipment and techniques. David’s technical skills and passion for pottery make him an essential part of the Potters Passion team.

What You’ll Find Here on Potters Passion:

  1. Expert guides and articles: Our team creates detailed, easy-to-follow guides and articles that cover a wide range of topics, from basic techniques to advanced skills.
  2. Unbiased equipment reviews: We provide honest, in-depth reviews and comparisons of the best pottery equipment available, helping you make informed decisions.
  3. Helpful resources and tools: We offer a variety of practical resources and tools to support your pottery journey, making it easier and more enjoyable to develop your skills.

At Potters Passion, we believe that the beauty of pottery lies in its simplicity and the joy it brings to both the creator and the recipient. We are here to help you learn, practice, and grow your passion into something more, making the world a little brighter one piece at a time.

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