American Art Pottery Association
The American Art Pottery Association was established in 1983, and seeks to promote an interest, understanding, appreciation, and recognition of American Art Pottery. The association strives to unify and strengthen the voice of collectors and dealers of American Pottery, while fostering a members' Code of Ethics for buying, selling, exhibiting and publishing about American Art Pottery.
I have been using Pelikan opaque watercolors for 40 years. I love them. They last a long time. The colors are great. Also, with more pigment, you can achieve rich vibrant colors that don't fade. I don't put my finished pieces in the sun. And they don`t dry up like tube watercolors. I have given them as presents also.