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A ceramic is like a 3-dimensional canvas to the artist who dares to answer it's call

The CAG has been established to act as a conduit to help keep the "craft" alive. Our goal is to encourage the pursuit of ceramic work through education, competition, resources connecting and stimulation of all the areas of the ceramic world.

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2011 Holiday edition CERAKANVAS now available

Started Dec 12, 2011 0 Replies

HOORAY! The 2011 Holiday Edition is now available for your enjoyment. We have over 30 projects! Check it out! And don't forget, no membership fees, no subscription fees, we do this to help build the…Continue

I need your help (EVERYONE) about Decorative Painting Styles

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ceramic Artist Guild Apr 20, 2010. 2 Replies

We live in a world of titles and terminology. It would be greatly appreciated if you could all jump in and tell me about some decorative painting styles. If you could give me the proper name, and a…Continue

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At 5:19pm on September 13, 2012, Ceramic Artist Guild said…

So friends, as you may or may not know, but a company called PANTONE selects the color of the year and the palettes for all industries. In 2012 the color of the year was Tangerine, what do you think it will be in 2013?

At 4:15pm on December 26, 2011, Ceramic Artist Guild said…

What an exciting year for ceramics, 2012 - Follow along in the worlds largest slipcast ceramics publication - CERAKANVAS.

At 10:20pm on May 26, 2010, Catherine T. Fare said…
I taught hobby ceramics for 11 years in my home. I have entered many pieces under the semi-professional and professional level in competitions in the Albany, NY area. I have been awarded many blue ribbons and the coveted "Peggy". I would be interested in being a judge if there are any competitions in this area.
At 7:30pm on May 18, 2010, Barbara Sappington said…
I would be interested in learning more about putting something in your magazine. At present my hubby and I are in the midst of a kitchen remodel so the timing isn't the best. However, I'd like to learn more. Where would I get the little rabbit figurines to paint? I sold that particular cottage but can paint others and I do have a cabin and a smaller cottage still in my studio. So the scale of the rabbits would have to be suitable to the cottage of course.
I've taught decorative painting and am familiar w/writing down step-by-step instructions. I'm in a very small town now and don't get to instruct very often. That's my passion...seeing beginners bring something to life, and learn that they CAN paint. Anyway, let me know more and maybe by early or mid summer I can get my brushes out again.
Thanks. ~Barb~ (AKA The Gabby Dabbler) ;^)
At 4:54pm on May 17, 2010, Barbara Sappington said…
Thanks for the comment on my Kuhling Rock Cottage. I enjoy painting on that surface after many years of painting on wood and canvas, etc.
To answer your question regarding my having done ceramics...only at one of those sit and paint places where they fire the painted ware for you. I don't feel like I have as much control as to what happens with the color when painting something that needs firing. I'm not very familiar with the ceramic paint. What did you mean regarding a magazine article? Just curious. Thanks again for the compliment! ~Barb~
At 9:55pm on March 17, 2010, Margaret Adams said…
Wishing you well in Phoenix
At 6:38pm on March 17, 2010, Gaby Zucar said…
I will appreciate your help.
At 1:51am on March 11, 2010, TeriLyn Norwood-Dillon said…
This is an awesome sie ...but need to spend moretime on it to learn it better....Thanks guys!
At 10:56pm on March 10, 2010, David Vernon (Pampered Palette) said…
Thanks Tom and welcome...............

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New editions planned for 2013 for CERAKANVAS magazine!

Posted on March 27, 2013 at 2:08pm 0 Comments

The Ceramic Artist Guild has 4 great issues planned for 2013, plus a couple of surprise items as well. If you have never sen CERAKANVAS , check out our archives of past issues at CERAKANVAS For all artists out there,…


A call for submissions of your art and techniques . . .

Posted on September 13, 2012 at 5:08pm 0 Comments

Hey decorative painters! We would like to invite you to submit your work for publication

We are looking for great examples of decorative painting (must be on a ceramic surface) to be included in our 2012 Holiday edition of CERAKANVAS magazine "The Art of the…


January Opportunity for Judging Seminar

Posted on January 2, 2011 at 11:35am 0 Comments

Just wanted to remind everyone that we will be hosting the CAG Master Judging Seminar (PHASE I) in Las Vegas Neveada on January 24th. There are still a few seats left. Cost is $160. If interested contact Tommy Lee at for more information.

Attention Decorative Painters . . .

Posted on May 26, 2010 at 3:01pm 0 Comments

We wanted to make sure you all realized that the CAG Master Judging Program is also a great place for Decorative Painters to gain a new insight on critiqueing decorative painting styles as well. Of course we are focused towards DP being done on ceramic surfaces, understanding the brushtrokes and styles is relevant to the art form. We hope you will join us as we certify jusges around the US this summer. We have actually built DP catagories (using a ceramic surface) into the competition and… Continue

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