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Upcoming Exhibitions

Mug Shots
Objective Clay

Throwbacks and Unusuals
South Seattle Community College
Seattle, WA

Cup of Joy
Trackside Gallery
Spokane, WA

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Workshops 

January 3rd-4th, 2015
Honolulu, Hawaii
Hawaii Potters Guild

April 31st, 2015
Hartford Connecticut
Hartford Art School

May 25th-29th, 2015
Asheville, North Carolina
Odyssey Center for Ceramic Arts 

June 19th-21st, 2015
Williansburg, Massachusetts
Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program 

July 20th-24th, 2015
Layton, New Jersey
Peter's Vally School of Craft 

August 1st-2nd, 2015
Halibut Cove, Alaska
Annette Bellamy Studio /
Bunnell Street Gallery

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eptember 12th-13th, 2015
Richmond, BC, Canada
Richmond Potters Club

Press

Deborah Schwartzkopf:
Potter of the Month

On Jennifer Allen's Blog

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Welcome to Deb Schwartzkopf's Web Page!

Deborah Schwartzkopf is a full time studio potter working in Seattle, WA. She has developed a distinct approach to building her complex forms blending wheel thrown and hand built sections. Her pots marry the clean lines of modern architecture and the asymmetry of the natural world. Deborah stretches, cuts and folds clay into new and exciting utilitarian forms, challenging us to pay closer attention to the moments and objects that accent our day-to-day. Each piece is thoughtfully made by hand.  Serve your food beautifully!

All of Deborah’s work is made from porcelain and is fired in an electric kiln to cone six. The process page gives information about clay, making, and firing. Visit the artist info page to learn more about Deb or the Gallery Page to see past work.  Very soon the Shop will have more items for sale! Check back regularly.

If you are in the Seattle area, please contact the artist and make an appointment for a studio visit!

 

Seattle Sampling Holiday Tour: 
Ceramistas Seattle Stop #10

http://www.seattlesampling.com/

T
his is our second annual Holiday Studio Tour.  Come visit our studio!  Check out the progress on the building, see new work and have a cup of cheer!  Visit http://www.ceramistasseattle.info/holidaystudiotour2014/ for details!

Deb's Pottery