By Allen Buitekant From the November/December 1996 issue of Clay Times My first studio in New York state was the result of an exciting residential architecture plan and ignorance of what makes a studio work. It was beautiful space, but as I worked in it, I discovered every flaw that negated function. Now, many years later, I have moved to […]
Having fallen in love with both clay and journalism during her senior year in college, Polly woke up one morning a dozen years later with the idea to start a pottery magazine. In print publication from 1995-2018, Clay Times Magazine is still available through paid online access, with most of the more than 100 original print issues also offered via mail order.