Sasha had an absolute blast rolling around on my work tables when I was making the elements for “The Falls”! And now she has been honored by making the cover of Potters Council’s 2017 Pets in the Studio Calendar in addition to being included as Miss May! (She is not at all surprised by this… read more
Here’s a link to a very cool article by Danny Gregory: Why Art Matters I hope you take the time to give it a read. It gives five very valid reasons why artists create and why our society needs art. Enjoy!
Here’s a link to info about an upcoming wheel-throwing class I will be teaching beginning next week. Hope you can join us! Play Dirty: Wheel-throwing 101 I will be teaching a six-week beginning wheel-throwing pottery class at Lander Art Center’s 320 studios starting next… Posted by Deborah Britt Pottery on Friday, January 15, 2016 ”… read more
If you are in the area, please join us for this annual event. There will be food, libations, fun, and oh yes, pots! We will be at the Coalter Loft on Friday evening from 5-9 and Saturday from 10-3. Grab a beer at the Lander Bar and come on upstairs to join in the fun. … read more
If you’re in the Buffalo, WY area, don’t forget to stop by Margo’s Pottery. I just delivered some new work there, and I am pleased to be represented along with the amazing artists’ work you will find in the shop!
I’ve been visiting the Lander Art Center periodically during the installation of West By New West to monitor the evolution of my installation, Terracide/Resilience. I expected drying and cracking to occur in the “ooze”, but was surprised by how aggressively it has ripped the underlying duck tape away from the edges, creating a new, and… read more
The West by New West opened this weekend and will be on display through August 2. The opening was great fun, and I enjoyed getting to know these talented Cheyenne artists who had invited me to participate as their guest! Here are a few photos of my installation piece for the show, entitled “Terracide/Resilience”. … read more
I am honored to have the courtyard installation at The Center for the Arts in Jackson, WY! The installation consists of my eight-foot tall “Falls” structure, along with additional ceramic fencing to loosely enclose it. The piece will be on display there through the end of October, 2014. Here are some photos of the installation:… read more
I, along with some of my fellow local potters will be making Japanese Beer Mugs to be sold by Maven, a new company featuring wonderful optic products, such as binoculars, etc. Our mugs will be featured in their on-line catalog! Here is a photo of some of the prototypes I’ve been working on. Would love… read more