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Michigan Art Fair Calendar - Michigan Fine Art Fairs and Craft Shows


Pottery tools, supplies and equipment

Lansing, MI area sources

O'Leary Paint Company, 300 E. Oakland, Lansing 517-487-2066

Kresge Art Store, MSU, 517-353-7269

Michigan sources

www.runyanpotterysupply.com
Runyan Pottery Supply (810-686-CLAY) Located in Clio near Flint, MI. Our favorite for basic tools.

National Sources

www.artclay.com
A.R.T. Studio Clay Co, 877-ART-CLAY

www.axner.com
Axner Pottery and Ceramic Supplies, 800-843-7057

www.baileypottery.com
Bailey Ceramic Supply, 900-431-6-67

www.dickblick.com
Another good source for general art supplies is Dick Blick Art Materials.

www.hominid.net/toolpage2.htm
Chris Henley makes and uses custom tools. A variety can be seen and ordered from his web site.

www.jepsonpotterytools.com
Steven Jepson offers tools for shaping and cutting clay; reportedly his tools can even trim bisque ware!


Ceramic & Glaze Chemistry

http://digitalfire.com
Software and books on ceramic & glaze chemistry at the Digital Fire web site.


Caning supplies

www.canerscorner.com
A Canadian company recommented by Sheila and Tony Clennell at their workshop.

www.hhperkins.com
Located in North Carolina, perhaps a more direct source of high quality caning supplies.

www.wickerwoman.com/suppliers.html
Lots of other weaving and craft web site links.

www.dharmatrading.com
Dharma Trading Company (800-542-5227): Suggested source for dyes for cane. Their web site has some instructions for using dyes and they mention cane as one of the fibers that can be dyed.


Tips and Info

www.bigceramicstore.com/Information/Tips.htm


Other potters’ guilds and art organizations

www.midmichiganartguild.org
Mid Michigan Art Guild

www.jacksonpotteryguild.com
Jackson Pottery and Clay Guild, Jackson, Michigan

www.pottersguild.net/mainframe.html
Ann Arbor Michigan Potters Guild

www.pewabic.com/index.htm
Pewabic Pottery, Detroit

http://michiganceramicartassociation.org/html/index.html
Michigan Ceramic Art Association

www.lansingarts.org
Lansing, Michigan Arts Council

www.youristpottery.com
Yourist Studio Gallery, Ann Arbor


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