Let the Free Enterprise Micro-Economy Lead the New Innovation Culture

Andersen Design’s classic chickadee is always in demand Thus far, the State of Maine is one of the few national retreats from corona virus. There is no guarantee that we can Continue Reading →

Patterns in Stoneware Penguins and Trees

In my last post I began a discussion about how one identifies the author of a piece, pointing out the importance of the signature but that the signature can also Continue Reading →

Can Ceramic Production As An Art Form Have A Second Chapter In America Today?

Rare Standing Robin, circa 1980’s.PART ONE in a series in which I  place Andersen Design’s vision of economic development in the economic development environment in Maine IntroductionI was raised in Continue Reading →

Terms of Agreement- A Reality Story

      The Stoneware Emperor Penguin was recently added to Andersen Studio’s Online Store Dad was right about working on my sculpture from feeling only. The Tufted Titmouse is moving ahead Continue Reading →

Ceramics Slipcasting: Art Meets Business As A Way Of Life

This is the current Introduction to our soon to be launched KickStarter project- still a Work in Progress A Ceramic Slip-Casting Studio: An Art, A Business, A Philosophy and A Continue Reading →

Ceramic Productive Traditions

TWEET THIS ! http://goo.gl/FBBf9D  Andersen Studio is not a school but it is a place of learning. When Weston and Brenda  brought their ceramic slip casting studio to Maine, there were Continue Reading →

Developing Economic Growth At The Roots.

 Our Stoneware Wren Sculpture is a popular classic  from our Ceramic Birds collection  When, as described in the previous post, I  presented my pitch to Mr Burns, I believe Continue Reading →