Artist Members

We currently have 10 members – both clay and glass artists. Click the artist’s photo for more information about the artist and their work. Or better yet, stop by the studio. We have a gallery where you can see and touch each artists’ creations! You may find the right functional piece for your home, or a special and unique gift for a favorite person.

angels_galleryTania Julian
Hand builder, extraordinaire!

Lillian Bolster

Boyd Darsey

Candace McCollough

Michele Dziak

Devanie Pfitzinger-Schilpp

Chris Rapalje

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Heather Colbaugh

8 responses to “Artist Members

  1. Hi –
    I’m wondering about studio membership. I’ve been dabbling in clay for about 3 years and would like someplace to work with other people around. I actually know Candace’s husband John — lived and live now at East Lake Commons. I’m currently taking a class at Callanwolde. I know we’ve got a kiln at ELC, but no wheel and not much space.

    Dorie

  2. I am interested in what would be required of members.

  3. Hi,
    I am a potter living in Reynolds town. I have a wheel & would like to find a studio to work in. Can you give me more information about possible available space?
    Thank you!
    Kim

    • Dear Kim, Please call me (Devanie) to set up a meeting. I can be reached at 678.778.7082. You can see the space and I can tell you about the studio. Hope to talk to you soon. Thanks Devanie

  4. Devanie,
    I’m not sure you remember me.
    I’m back in Atlanta. I was just up in Cabbagetown last night and thought of you and the studio.
    I’m looking for a place/ studio to work in and create in clay.
    Email me, if you get a chance, I’d like to talk and catch up.
    My info is below.

    I love your work, is beautiful.
    Hope to hear from you.
    🙂
    David
    ____________________________________________________________
    David Jerome Babb
    404. 934. 4624
    MisterBabb@gmail.com
    http://www.wix.com/misterbabb/david -(this is still in the works, a bit rough right now 🙂

  5. Hey Candace,
    Have you found a source for ferric chloride? If so please let me know.
    Many thanks,
    Rick rickbermanceramics@gmail.com

  6. Pingback: Old and New Members at the CCGW Studio | Cabbagetown Clay and Glass Works

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