So you want to start your own ceramics studio? Here are some tips!
I thought I'd share my process and some of my favorite studio supplies for those of you who are interested in learning more about how Lux Eros ceramics are made or want to start making ceramics yourself. Because my ceramics are all hand-built, meaning I do not use a pottery wheel for anything, my process may not be what you imagine making pottery to look like. I will link to...
Working in my studio is F'ing up my skin!
How I heal my dry studio skin.
Working in a ceramics studio wreaks havoc on your skin and hands. Being in a pottery studio with all that clay sucking the moisture out of the air and handling clays that discolor your nails... it's hard to stay pretty. Especially when you are in your 40's like I am. I thought I'd share my favorite, super hydrating skincare products that are saving me from the dreaded "studio skin"