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Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have a panel discussion on Taking an environmental approach to making with Marianne Chénard, Julia Galloway and Ché R. Ochtli. In our interview we talk about practical sustainability and the ways you can lessen your studio’s environmental impact. Julia and Ché are members of NCECA’s Green Task Forc…
 
Andy Ward hand builds pottery from natural materials using primitive tools. Andy personally gathers and processes all the raw materials he uses for his pottery. Andy's work is a product of the earth, a piece of the Southwest desert, inspired by the ancient potters who came before. http://ThePottersCast.com/922…
 
Sherród Faulks creates beautiful things that help you cultivate moments of joy, connection, and love. DEEP BLACK is a modern minimal home décor brand where functionality and intention are at the heart of every handmade piece. Here, beauty reigns supreme. Catch Sherród in The NY Times, Great Jones, Business of Home, and more. http://ThePottersCast.c…
 
Claire Ireland produces elegant hand-built sculptural forms on different scales - collectable objects, inspired by her studio’s location in the grounds of a historical steam museum in London UK . Claire's working practice as a ceramic sculptor is changing and is drawn to a more minimal and reductive strategy, simplifying structures, but constantly …
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Robert Harrison and Danielle O’Malley. In our interview we talk about the history and goals of the NCECA Green Task Force. The group works to educate and empower artists to engage in sustainability and environmental stewardship. For more information visit www.ncecagtf.com or …
 
Lexie Lynn Burke is a painter turned potter. Lexie is adding a little artwork to functional mugs to help people to enjoy their mornings just a little better. Inspired by what she sees from day to day (especially pop culture) and often mug illustrations change with the seasons, Lexie's portraits are her favorite challenge. Lexie also loves an illust…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Caroline Cheng. A noted artist and curator, Cheng has recently expanded her practice into environmental design through the Yi Design Group. The company turns recycled ceramic material from Jingdezhen into architectural products. In our interview we talk about launching a desi…
 
Lea Sagman is a translator and a potter. While on a vacation to Greece Lea, her husband, and friends, each said what he would like to do after retirement - Lea's dream was to become a potter. Two years passed before she took the first pottery class and was immediately hooked. What started as a hobby gradually became an important part of Lea's life.…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Courtney Martin. She uses resists to create strong geometric patterns on her forms. The blend of hard and soft edges is highlighted by her wood kiln, which lends the glazes a warm depth. In our interview we talk about learning pattern making from Mata Ortiz artists, hand buil…
 
Adero Wllard is originally from New York City and currently lives in Chicopee, MA. Adero received a BFA at Alfred University an MFA at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and was a Salad Days artist in resident at Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Maine. Adero has over twenty-five years as a ceramics artist and has been featured in a number of…
 
Brett Wulc is a studio potter from Portland, OR. Brett has been working with clay for 14 years and has always had a focus on wheel thrown pots. Throwing functional dinner ware and filming is his process all along the way. http://ThePottersCast.com/916
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with En Iwamura. From his studio in Shigaraki, Japan he makes ceramic heads that reference traditional Haniwa tomb figures while using the aesthetics of Manga and Anime. In our interview we talk about developing his approach to cultural artifacts, essentializing the figure, and hi…
 
Wesley Brown is a ceramicist working in East Stroudsburg, PA. Wes holds a BFA from Bowling Green State University and an MFA from Indiana University-Bloomington. Through a combination of hand building and wheel throwing Wes creates vessels in clay that are a meeting place for both the sculptural and functional. http://ThePottersCast.com/915…
 
Madisen Potratz is a potter based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, who earned a BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Madison is the founder of Good Art for Good, a pottery business with a mission to support nonprofits and charities in her local community. http://ThePottersCast.com/914
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Adero Willard. After many years as a studio potter, she has recently moved towards large scale sculptural vessels that incorporate dense overlapping patterns. In our interview we talk about matriarchal influences, how an object can hold power, and the exhibition Clay Holds Wa…
 
Dylan Bowen makes slip decorated earthenware using both traditional and contemporary materials and techniques. . Dylan works on a small but ever-changing range of shapes, large platters, bowls and carved forms. The clay is thrown, cut, carved or handbuilt, the slips are poured trailed or brushed on. Dylan's work has its roots in traditional slipwar…
 
Bianca Pintan is an artist born and raised in Brazil, now based in the coastal town of Byron Bay, Australia. Following a captivating inner-call and intuition Bianca began her journey into creating ceramic art. Having always worked hands on, the art of ceramics came naturally to Bianca, as though her hands had memorized these movements before. As a …
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Wesley Brown. He combines thrown forms with thick slabs to make sculptures and pottery that feels monumental both in their emotion and scale. In our interview we talk about his methods of building, finding a unifying surface, and teaching at East Stroudsburg University, where…
 
Christy Culp lives in western Pennsylvania and began her work with clay at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she earned her art teacher certification in 1991. Since 1997, Christy has been teaching ceramics and art classes at Deer Lakes High School. Through her teaching Christy hopes to pass her passion for clay and creating to her students. …
 
Milla Istomina was born and raised in Kazakhstan. Milla moved to the USA in 2013 and has been residing in Los Angeles, California. Milla took her first pottery class in 2018 at the Barnsdall Art Center. What started as a weekend hobby quickly turned into a monthly membership at a communal studio. Mist Ceramics was born, and experimenting with clays…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Kurt Anderson. His ceramics and paintings feature compositions of robots, animals, and human hybrids that are visually playful and filled with humor. In our interview we talk about color dynamics and trusting your aesthetic voice. To see examples of his work, visit @kurtander…
 
Nic Torres runs a podcast called Shaping Your Pottery to help potters to discover their unique voice. Nic has been making pottery for 5 years and he knows how hard it is to develop your unique voice in pottery. That is why it is Nic's mission to help potters find theirs. http://ThePottersCast.com/909…
 
Betsy Morningstar loves yellow, donuts, and her cat, Vesper. Betsy's hobbies include making peanut butter, carrying her cat up into her loft studio, and smiling. Betsy is a full time high school art teacher near Baltimore, Maryland. Betsy started creating porcelain notebook papers out of a need to find and see importance in each day, and to communi…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Joey Quiñones. They use fibers and ceramics in their mixed-media sculpture to highlight the domestic and cultural histories of African and Caribbean Americans. In our interview we talk about their prior career as an English professor, the role of art in understanding identity…
 
Julie Spako and I lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and twin boys. Julie started with ceramics in High School and continued to get a minor in ceramics from Syracuse University in 1995. Julie makes high fire stoneware and porcelain serving and dinnerware. Julie loves pattern and surface texture. Julie handbuilds all of her pieces. This allows …
 
KuuPottery is a small batch pottery studio and learning space created by Kassandra "Kuu" Guzman. Each piece is made on the wheel with hand sculpted handles. Most know for The Curvy Amphora and Boinggg! Handles, Kuu has been featured on Showtime with @ziwef, Design Milk and The Freye Museum Shop. http://ThePottersCast.com/906…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Osa Atoe. She transitioned to clay a decade ago after spending years as a musician playing in bands and documenting the punk scene. Her functional forms are decorated with geometric patterns that break under flowing matte glazes in reference to the ever-changing shoreline of …
 
Jennifer Spring's goal is to make life more enjoyable with ceramics that feel great to touch and hold. Most of Jennifer's work goes through the filter of, "does the texture feel inviting?". Ceramics is one of few art forms that can be held and Jennifer is continually looking for opportunities to enhance the sense of touch. http://ThePottersCast.com…
 
At Llanddona Beach Pottery Rhiannon and Paul Gash have a totally tactile and haptic studio. Rhiannon throws earthenware pots, glazed with oxide glazes that Paul and Rhiannon make together. Rhiannon is visually impaired. Guide-dog Bailey helps out around the studio. http://ThePottersCast.com/904
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Lorna Meaden. From her studio in Durango, CO Lorna makes functional pottery that is decorated with geometric patterns that contrast breaking glazes over crisp incised lines. In our interview we talk about developing a local market, refining forms through repetition, and the c…
 
malo is the pottery studio of Emilie Brichard who divides her time between two French cities, Paris and Saint-Etienne. Emilie came to ceramics through her interest for tableware. When Emilie became a potter after years working as an architect, she naturally chose to focus on utilitarian ceramics, designed for an everyday use. http://ThePottersCast.…
 
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