Ken younkin
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Follow the Clay::  Think of how the moist clay will physically move through the studio in every stage, from forming through packing. A large studio does not necessarily mean a profitable operation. It is quite possible to have a cost-effective pottery in a relatively small studio. One area of production should flow logically to the next.

Saving Time and Money in the Ceramic Studio -- layout of your space is important. This can be seen in Daniel Ricardo Teran’s studio (at left) INot only is it large and light-filled, but it is well organized so that he can make the most of his time.

Artist Studio Shed

Artist Studio Shed - custom shed designed for use as an artists studio by Historic Shed. The shed has a roof extension to serve as a porch.