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From The American Ceramic Society:
Daily Clay brings you a new image of handmade ceramic art every day. These images have been selected by the editors of Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illustrated, and Ceramic Arts Daily, the worlds two most popular ceramic art magazines, and the world's premier ceramic arts website.The most recent week's images (7) are available for browsing at any given time. In the free version, you may add up to 20 images to your favorites library by pressing the star icon while viewing the image. Unlimited favorites are available in the full version.Images can be shared on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and via email directly from the app, allowing you to add comments when sharing with friends.You can also attach notes to any image, so whether you want to jot down thoughts about the work, record an observation for future classroom discussion, or write instructions for how you might try to make a similar piece yourself, this makes Daily Clay useful in the studio, in the classroom, and wherever you happen to be. Taking notes automatically adds an image to your favorites, so you won't lose your notes.Your favorites can be sorted by 26 different categories, to make classroom discussions, studio research, and casual browsing both useful and entertaining. Favorites are stored on your device so they are available for viewing even when you do not have an Internet connection. To remove images from your favorites, simply select manage favorites and select the image(s) in the list view that you would like to remove and hit delete. Deleted favorites cannot be accessed or restored after being deleted.About Ceramic Arts Daily Ceramic Arts Daily is a blog and email newsletter for those who are passionate about working in clay. Its free to join, and members are able to download all 35 of the free studio resources available at http://ceramicartsdaily.org. Ceramic Arts Daily is also the home to Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated, the top two ceramics magazines in the field.