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Ceramics and ceramic art means artwork made out of clay and fired to form a ceramic

Some ceramic pieces are classified as fine art, while many others can be classified as one of the decorative, industrial or applied arts (the application of design and aesthetics to objects of function and everyday use).

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Industrial art ceramics includes ceramics made in factories that employ artists to design or hand paint the ceramics, or industrial-minded art collectives, and is often known by the name of the founder or the brand name of the product line. In general, industrial ceramics are not one of a kind, and are intended to be duplicated and sold on the market, using methods of limited or mass production. Some factories are known for their fine materials, intricate designs, elaborate painting and glazing by artisans.


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The Clayhouse
Paint Your Own Pottery Studio for All Ages in Napa, California
1757 Tanen St, Napa Ca 94559 707-224-4480 email

Color Me Mine of San Rafael
994 4th St, San Rafael, CA  415- 459-8884

Mimi's Pottery Place
237 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA  415- 388-8668

Pottery Studio
632 4th St, Santa Rosa, CA  707- 576-7102

Puttin' On the Bisque
6906 Sebastopol Ave. Sebastopol, CA 95472  707- 829-8576
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Many are of the objects produced are decorative by design, while others adhere to the idea of form follows function and purposefully designed to be utilitarian, however still considered a "work of art." Industrial ceramic art can be identified by brand name or distinctive styles.
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