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Nicola Hart is originally from New Zealand but moved to Australia after finishing her studies in graphic design. Nicola worked as a designer and art director and then had time at home with her three children. Around ten years ago Nicola started doing night classes in ceramics at her local community centre and fell in love with hand building in clay…
 
Casey Taylor found ceramics in college. After focusing on illustration, painting, and drawing, Casey took an 'intro to ceramics' class as an elective and never looked back. Casey focused on ceramic sculpture in school, though she was always drawn to pottery because of the tangible connection between the maker and the user. Now working as an artist,…
 
Jérémy Bellina is a Berlin base ceramic artist who aims at creating contemporary, playful & practical ceramics. Jérémy's approach to the craft is fairly intuitive, he enjoys experimenting with shapes and colors, crossing his fingers that along the way something special and functional will emerge.
 
Rich Brown is the founder, owner, and creator of the Georgia based company, Pottery32. After attending his first pottery class at the age of 32 in Decatur, GA, Rich began an artistic journey to not only pursue an undeniable new found passion, but to also inspire those around him. With a spirited “it’s never too late” mantra and a true love of the a…
 
John Cheer does about 24 shows per year, primarily along the east coast and the South, but has gone as far as Texas, Colorado, and Arizona. John has won over 85 awards for his work over the years at fine art and craft shows. John has been featured in Ceramics Monthly and Crafts Report and exhibited his “Soul Search” lamp and fountain at the State M…
 
Ana Leal is originally from Brazil and came to the US when she was eighteen to attend College. Ana fell in love with Pottery in 2011 by accident, when she joined a Pottery/Ceramics club through her work, which quickly became her passion. Now a retired Aeronautical Engineer and with her 3D Computer Aided Design background has given Ana an advantage …
 
Catie Webster is a potter and public high school art teacher. Catie is driven to make Art that you want to pick up, use, and enjoy Catie's art serves a purpose, has a function, and looks beautiful in your home. Catie is inspired by nature and the colors of New Hampshire landscapes.
 
Anna Valenti weaves and pinches clay vessels ranging from pots to chairs to screens. Anna graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2014 with her BA, practiced there again in 2017 as a ceramics post-baccalaureate student, and received her MFA from the Maine College of Art in 2020. Anna is the recipient of the 2020 NCECA Graduate Stude…
 
Carla Sealey founded Naked Clay Ceramics which is a collection of handmade, minimal style ceramics in porcelain and black stoneware. Inspired by the colours and textures of the earth, the feel of natural, unglazed clay allows a tactile connection, bringing an opportunity to pause and savour a quiet moment in the hustle of life.…
 
Claire and Elise Surma are the sister-in-law duo with a passion for clay, community, and customer care. Claire and Elise started making pots for friends and family in a small corner of our home garage. After running into hiccups with purchasing making materials, our pottery hobby quickly spun into a larger business idea. At Garage Clay Claire and E…
 
Andi Hoffmann started her journey with clay in 2013, taking a local pottery class and getting her hands messy in lots of drop in studio hours. After studying biology and conservation science at the University of Victoria, Andi combined her love of nature with her love of art and started Hoff the Grid Goods in 2017. Working out of a small studio in …
 
Sage Morgan is a studio potter living in the mountains of western North Carolina and she loves to look under rocks. Inspired by the forest floor and all things that inhabit it, you can find mushrooms and slugs as the center motif on pots to ceramic stones.
 
Daniel George was born in Gainesville Florida and attended UF in Gainesville and graduated with degrees in anthropology and Spanish in 2003. In the middle of college Daniel fell in love with clay when he took a ceramics for non-art-majors class and got his foot in the door of the clay department. Daniel spend 6 months in Central America and then mo…
 
Cabby Luxford inspired by nature and it's own transformative power on manmade and natural materials. For Cabby erosion, patina, decay, rust all sources of endless inspiration! Cabby loves experimenting with unusual techniques to produce something unique. Cabby throws her ceramics, using Japanese carving processes and fire unconventionally including…
 
Corinne Dzuba lives in Canada’s subarctic in Yellowknife, NT with her husband, Franz and 2 dogs, Timber and Reo. Corinne love of clay started shortly after moving to Yellowknife when she discovered there was a local guild offering pottery courses. After taking the first class of a beginner wheel throwing class Corinne fell in love with clay. She co…
 
Dawn Candy is an artist residing in Red Deer, Alberta. Dawn earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of Lethbridge where she studied analytic philosophy and religious studies. Dawn then went on to study visual art at Red Deer College. Her work has been exhibited and collected internationally. Currently Dawn teaches community art classes in …
 
Emily Daley is a ceramicist working in Philadelphia. Emily makes functional pieces that are whimsical and feminine while being sophisticated and elegant. Emily uses her work to amplify her own voice, often calling attention to issues she cares about or bringing light to dark areas of her life through humor and sparkles.…
 
Hilda Carr is a potter, teacher, and recently turned author who works from the bottom of her garden in South London, UK. Hilda produces small-batch ceramics with a focus on the carved surface. The pieces Hilda creates are made to be used everyday with the hope that they will turn those seemingly mundane everyday moments, like making your morning cu…
 
Helen Beard is an English ceramicist and illustrator. Helen trained at Edinburgh College of Art and later apprenticed to Edmund de Waal. She has led her own ceramic studio since 2004. In 2019, Helen launched her pottery range Helen Beard Dailyware which is now made in Stoke-on-Trent. Helen continues to make unique one-off pieces for exhibitions, co…
 
Nine years ago Tiffany Saw touched clay for the first time and instantly fell in love. After spending years in NYC community studios learning to throw, Tiffany went to Jingdezhen, China to refine her carving techniques. Tiffany is inspired by traditional Chinese and Burmese imagery and loves spending hours carving her pots!…
 
Born in Montreuil (France), in 1987, King Houndekpinkou is a Franco-Beninese ceramist based in Paris. As the face of a rising generation of artists from the African diaspora exploring global possibilities, King works in France, Japan and Benin, while exhibiting his work internationally.
 
Located in a small studio on the Pacific Coast, Skeletal Dropkick is owned and operated by a single human. Skeletal Dropkick's inspiration is found in horror movies, old monster movies, folklore and years spent as an angsty teen-punk-goth in the 80's. Exact proof that it was not just a phase.
 
Jon Schmidt is back on the show to give us an update on his life and to talk about his new book, Practical Pottery. And the amazing thing is that while we were talking we looked up his book and found out that his book is a best seller on Amazon... and he had no clue that this had happened!
 
Christian Morris is a multidisciplinary artist from Pittsburgh, Pa. Christian received his BA in art from California State University Channel Islands in 2016 and has since been building his practice as a studio potter in Pittsburgh, Pa. His study of jazz and blues improvisation influences Christian's ceramic style. Christian is always seeking new m…
 
Kamila Jaremko says that art has always been a part of her. Kamila spent many years in theatres as a makeup artist, at the same time she created countless body painting projects. Now Kamila's attention is focused on ceramics and studying production design in Los Angeles. Kamila is passionate about setting goals for herself and she strives to achiev…
 
Mostly a self-taught potter in Southern Africa, Antoinette Badenhorst obtained permanent United States residency for herself and her family because of her “extraordinary ability in the field of ceramics”. While in Africa, Antoinette taught ceramics in her studio, workshops in schools, and she also trained potters. After Antoinette and her family mo…
 
Life was very different for Sally before she discovered clay. She lived a slow and simple life on a beach in a remote Indonesian village where the rhythm of the tides punctuates the day. A camera was her artistic choice, working as a lifestyle and food photographer throughout Australia and Bali. She began her ceramics study in Japan, and was then a…
 
Kiefer Floreal is a 23 year old potter who was born in Kenora, Ontario. Kiefer's work is inspired by the traditional Japanese art form, Gyotaku. After experimenting, Kiefer found a method that left detailed fish prints displayed on his pots. Kiefer prides himself on printing fish that he catches locally and legally.…
 
For over twenty years Sophie Moran has set up studios in sheds, shops, potteries, and warehouses around the northern suburbs of Melbourne and is currently based in a collective, creative space in Brunswick. Sophie calls myself an urban potter as there is usually concrete beneath her feet and her clay comes in a bag. Sophie explores notions of nurtu…
 
Craig Underhill’s slab-built vessels are essentially three-dimensional canvasses for his richly abstract painting and marking. Craig's work demonstrates his resourceful interpretations of landscape, space, and texture of our changing environment. Born in Scotland, Craig studied ceramics at Harrow College, and then at Portsmouth Polytechnic. After a…
 
Amy James is from Minnesota but currently lives in Oklahoma. Amy has been artistic her entire life and started doing pottery in 2013. A year later Amy joined the Air Force. She loves traveling and the outdoors and has been fortunate enough to travel the world and live in different parts of the country while in the military. All this travel and work…
 
Anna Moszczenska fell in love with clay when she took a pottery course a few years ago. From then on Anna loved working with clay. For her working with clay is like an unintentional process, and Anna has learned to accept it as an instinctive method. Ann is drawn to abstraction as a way to uncover and express her feelings and emotions. Anna express…
 
Asa Maestas found clay in high school in Santa Cruz, CA. Daisy Maestas found clay in a small college in Michigan and it forever changed the trajectory of their lives. Asa and Daisy met while pursuing their passion for clay in Phoenix, AZ. Now, they collaborate in clay and life as the King and the Flower. They focus on creating intricately hand carv…
 
Liz Cohen first experienced working with clay while getting her undergraduate degree in Studio Art from Georgia State University. Liz moved to Denver, CO after school and has been slowly growing a small batch ceramics business outside of other full-time jobs. Liz currently works out of her home studio making functional ware with decoration inspired…
 
Hana Karim grew up between painting studios and pottery wheels in the Western part of Slovenia where her parents encouraged her to see that ceramics could be a business, a passion, and a form of artistic expression. This sense of progression felt natural, as Karim uses jewellery-making techniques as a way of giving definition to the bowls, cups, an…
 
Amy Sunshine Burnham is a Pacific Northwest artist who works diligently to balance many roles in her life. Amy has built a career and a life navigating the triad of her roles as mother and wife, full-time high school ceramics educator, and potter. Amy's personal explorations in clay are always inspired by process. Amy's work is most often represent…
 
Born is Sioux Falls, SD, Britton Thorp is a ceramic artist and chef. He received his BFA (2008) from Ohio University and is currently a Graduate candidate at Syracuse University. In between, he was a resident artist at The University of Arkansas and Michigan State University. Britton’s current studio practice includes functional pottery, virtual de…
 
Lillie Turner is in love with clay - not a guy named Clay, as her husband's name is Jeremy, but clay, as in pottery clay. Lillie's first exposure to pottery was in 2015, at a community club taking 6 nights of wheel throwing classes. Throwing on the wheel did not come easy and is still a struggle somedays to center the clay, pull up the wall, and ma…
 
Jesse Golden owns and operates J.G Clay working to create ceramics to inspire. In 2019 he left his marketing career for a 5 month ‘Ceramic Sabbatical’ where he participated in residencies, home stays, and studio visits throughout Asia. He is a maker at heart and loves to inspire his student’s creativity.…
 
Lissa started her professional journey with clay working in the studio potteries of Kolonyama in Lesotho and Mapepe Craft in Henley-on Klip. Lissa has owned her own craft shop and worked in a non-profit organization giving therapeutic outreach pottery sessions to vulnerable people. Lissa sculpts figuratively, lately focusing on themes exploring her…
 
Chris Burch found clay, albeit by accident, back in the fall of 2013. Chris's mother used to do slip casting and always referred to her work as ceramics. When Chris enrolled in Ceramics I in college, he thought that’s what he'd be doing. To his utter surprise, Chris had actually registered for a wheel throwing class. It was all over once Chris had …
 
Hamish Jackson is a potter from England, started potting at Winchcombe Pottery in the Cotswolds. Hamish got married to his lovely American wife Lauren and moved to the states six years ago. Since then Hamish has completed a four year apprenticeship under Mark Hewitt and now is now headed off to USU for grad school.…
 
Donna Gardner Stiar fell in love with pottery at age 57 when she signed up for a wheel throwing class. Seven years later, Donna now handbuilds and hand paints fun, happy, and whimsical pieces that focus on making people smile!
 
Jim Fazio started his career as educator after graduating from Illinois State University in 2012. Jim has been teaching for the past seven years and currently teaches Ceramics at a public high school in Illinois. "Ceramic Jim" started as a YouTube channel in March of 2018. Its original purpose was to provide support and enrichment opportunities for…
 
Supatra Marsh is the maker behind BLANK EARTH Ceramics. Supatra's pottery takes inspiration from Asian ceramics and traditional handmade processes. Supatra specializes in ‘kurinuki’, the Japanese art of making slowly, carving pottery from a lump of clay to produce unique, one-of-a-kind pots.
 
Tom Guell of BlueGuell Pottery is a hobby potter living on the farmland of rural Wisconsin. Like many other hobby potters, Tom is trying to find the balance of juggling a full time job, spending time with his family, building a small pottery business, and pursuing other hobbies.
 
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