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Honeycomb Studio Clay Shop Atlanta

Honeycomb Studio will open a studio and ceramics shop, Clay Shop, this fall

Honeycomb Studio is expanding into a larger space after working out of a 700-square-foot space for the past three years.

How Photoshop—and technology—has influenced Darien Arikoski-Johnson’s ceramics

Darien Arikoski-Johnson adds other forms of media into his porcelain creations—wire, steel, and his signature “glitch” photography: distorted digital images he derives by painting a watercolor, scanning it into Photoshop, altering it, printing it, and layering it onto porcelain molds.
East Fork Pottery Atlanta

First Look: East Fork pottery opens its first location outside of Asheville in Atlanta’s Westside Provisions

If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at recreating a Bacchanalia-style meal at home, you can be one step closer thanks to the opening of East Fork in Westside Provisions District. It’s the pottery brand’s first outside its hometown of Asheville, North Carolina.
Daniel Zimmerman

Atlanta artist to know: Daniel Zimmerman, ceramicist and founder of Drawing Room

Formerly a designer with Musso Design Group, Daniel Zimmerman (an Atlanta artist and interior designer) and another former Musso colleague, Seth van den Bergh, recently launched their own design firm, the Drawing Room.

Clay Time: 9 Georgia-made ceramics we love

Colorful and contemporary dishes and jewelry from Masa Sasaki Ceramics, Gold Seed Craft and Design, Charlotte Smith Studios, and more.
A Sensible Habit ceramics

Local Find: A Sensible Habit’s colorful, quirky ceramics

Sketches of starbursts, stripes, and even cacti cover Brandy Schuman’s hand-cast ceramic plates, jewelry dishes, and spoons. Her colorful line, A Sensible Habit, began with quirky stationery and printed textiles, but Schuman recently expanded to tableware and jewelry.

Editor’s pick: Honeycomb Studio’s handmade ceramic lamps

It started with bud vases. But in just its second year, Courtney Hamill’s handmade ceramics line, Honeycomb Studio, has expanded into lighting. The Atlanta native works out of a backyard shed at her home on the Westside, sometimes sitting down at the wheel but more often making her porcelain vessels, holiday ornaments, turtledoves, antlers, and now three styles of lamp bases from original slip-cast molds.

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