NMPCA
Clay Studio Tour

Leonard J Baca

First test:  Album Display

8 photo(s) Updated on: 17 Jan 2021
  • Handcrafted stoneware blue serving bowl. Layers of Spray glaze 11” d x 3.5” h
  • Handcrafted stoneware mug, spray glazes, red inside, wheel thrown 16 oz, 4.5” h x 3.5”d
  • Blue Angel, Thrown and hand built stoneware 11” h x 8”w
  • Stoneware cereal bowl, wheel thrown with poured and sprayed glazes. 6”d x 2.25” h
  • Serving Bowl: h 7” x d 9” , Wheel thrown, stoneware, multiple spray of glaze, /\ 6 electric fire.
  • Small Bowls: h 3.5” x d 5” , Wheel thrown, porcelain, Metallic gold glaze outside, /\ 6 electric fire.
  • Serving Bowl , h 3.5” x d 12” , Wheel thrown and hand build, porcelain, Renaissance glaze, /\ 6 electric fire.
  • Handcrafted porcelain Kitchen Utensil Holder. semi gloss texture, with slip to give it movement. 5.5”d x 7.75”h

Artist Statement

Mom and Leonard, having fun

In the summer of 2011, I went to help at the volunteer camp at Ghost Ranch, this was the second time meeting members of NMPCA (New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists), we all had a great time and it was nice to see Pot Hollow blossom.  That is where two friends asked me if I would like to help and be on the board for NMPCA. Years later I am still helping the organization.  We have a new studio at Ghost Ranch after the 2015 flood took out Pot Hollow.

Being part of NMPCA is a great way to meet potters and ceramists who enjoyed the feel of clay as much as I do. I have been working with clay for eleven years. I have been amazed at the diversity of ceramics and pottery in New Mexico and the talent we have as artists.  I look forward to meeting more people and developing my craft. 

Over the past few years, I keep developing my skills working with different clay bodies and seeing how different glazes effect the pieces. Also different firing techniques. I do a combination of dipping, brushing, & spraying my glazes. The combination of glazes with the clay is what intrigues me.

My home studio is in Albuquerque, in the summer I use my outdoor space by the pond and enjoy my flowers and the wildlife.  My current project is my raku kiln, but I do enjoy the results of my electric kiln. Come by my printing company which I share with my nephews. There I have a gallery to view my work. You can also go to my Etsy store showing my current work.

Contact Information

4316 Silver Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
in the reception area of BPS   10:00 - 4:00 M-F

Website: www.ljbgraphic.com
Etsy: ljbceramics.etsy.com
Facebook: LJB Ceramics

Email: leonard2leon@icloud.com




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