In Tandem Gallery offers one of the best selections of ceramic, jewelry and art from all over America and beyond.


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Ceramic Artist MARK KNOTT Mark’s work is grounded in the historical ceramic tradition of functional pottery. The forms that interest him most reflect his love for the ocean, boats, water, continual movement and repetitive patterns. Those forms are softened by the ever changing color palette and atmosphere of his soda kiln.

Ceramic Artist MARK KNOTT
Mark’s work is grounded in the historical ceramic tradition of functional pottery. The forms that interest him most reflect his love for the ocean, boats, water, continual movement and repetitive patterns. Those forms are softened by the ever changing color palette and atmosphere of his soda kiln.

Ceramic Artist IAN CHILDERS "My ceramic works are made on a pottery wheel out of porcelain and fired with crystalline glazes.  Through chemistry and a very specific firing schedule I am able to grow two dimensional crystals on the surface of the pots."

Ceramic Artist IAN CHILDERS "My ceramic works are made on a pottery wheel out of porcelain and fired with crystalline glazes.  Through chemistry and a very specific firing schedule I am able to grow two dimensional crystals on the surface of the pots."

Featured Artist - Jewelry

September Featured Jewelry Artist - Michal Lando Michal is a New York based artist that has roots in Israel and Europe. She began her line of jewelry after falling in love with nylon mesh, a supple, dramatic and incredibly lightweight material that holds endless possibilities. From there Michal expanded her interest, and began studying silversmithing. Today she make jewelry out of nylon mesh and silver, and a combination of the two. All her pieces are handmade and many of them are one of a kind.

September Featured Jewelry Artist - Michal Lando
Michal is a New York based artist that has roots in Israel and Europe. She began her line of jewelry after falling in love with nylon mesh, a supple, dramatic and incredibly lightweight material that holds endless possibilities. From there Michal expanded her interest, and began studying silversmithing. Today she make jewelry out of nylon mesh and silver, and a combination of the two. All her pieces are handmade and many of them are one of a kind.


✔ Blog - "Salt Firing"

Kate Johnston wood fired jar

Kate Johnston wood fired jar

Other than wood firing which can create a natural ash glaze, another type of atmospheric firing is when ceramicists add salt to the kiln while firing it. Regular ol’ salt, which is sodium chloride, is introduced into a kiln when it’s very hot (around 2250 degrees).
At this high temperature, soda or sodium breaks away from the salt molecule and combines with the silica that’s present inside the kiln; which is basically in everything and one of the main ingredients in clay; to create an atmospheric glaze called a sodium-silicate glaze... more >>


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