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Emma Baird is a jeweler in Edinburgh, Scotland, who started her adventures with Clay in 2019. Emma started out by making some simple plaster molds and slip casting porcelain that she coloured with mason stains, before trying out some experimental glaze pours on slab built stoneware plates. Emma's discovery of the endless possibilities with glazing …
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Seth Green. The clean lines and expanding silhouettes of his functional pots show a love for metal working and architecture. In our interview we talk about how a breakthrough moment in Chile lead to a new body of work, developing metallic manganese glazes, and how his level o…
 
Laura Crosland creates wheel thrown pottery intricately carved with geometric patterns and distinctive glazes, alongside a range of tableware in her studio in St Ives, Cornwall. Laura studied ceramics at Wolverhampton University before working for potters Peter Beard and Penny Simpson before 2 years at the Leach Pottery as a production potter.…
 
Paul Lowe Was born and raised in Oslo Norway where he spent his childhood cooking and crafting with his Grandmother. Paul worked as a food and prop stylist all over Europe before settling in NYC 15 years ago. Paul's love of ceramics started 7 years ago after taking a class.... It was love at first slab. Paul describes his style as heavily influence…
 
Rebecca McClure is a ceramic artist from Victoria, British Columbia in Canada, the territory of the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples. She began working with clay in 1991, but previously studied art education, theatre design, and art history at the University of Calgary. Rebecca creates work with a modern vibe, using classic forms, stark contrasts, and vibrant col…
 
Aba Hutchison is a new potter/ceramicist who has been studying the craft for a year and a half under Jonathan Williams of Rock Hill Pottery Center. Before Aba studied ceramics, she focused mainly on portraiture which has a strong influence on her style, featuring several freehand sgraffito or glaze pencil portraits. Aba also designs section plates …
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Kathy King, Rose Katz, and Matt Katz about their new podcast For Flux Sake. The podcast takes a lighthearted look at the science behind clay and glaze. In the interview we talk about the concept for the show and play a few listener submitted questions from an episode of the s…
 
Tarragon Smith was born and raised in Canada, but is currently living in the UK. Tarragon's background is in fine art with a BFA and MA in fine art. Through a natural progression Tarragon has moved into ceramics and makes esoteric functional ware and non-functional ware. Tarragon also teaches adult evening classes.…
 
Earlier this week noted potter Michael Simon passed. Today’s episode is a re-airing of our 2014 interview where we talk about intuition, the influence of Michael's teacher Warren Mackenzie, and a lifetime devoted to finding truth in the pursuit of pottery. After studying at the University of Minnesota in the late 1960's, Michael set up a studio in …
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Angelik Vizcarrondo-Laboy about her new podcast Clay in Color. The podcast highlights young artists of color who are using the aesthetics of optimism in their work and is cohosted by Angelik and ceramic artist Alex Anderson. In the interview we talk about the concept for the …
 
Silvia Vega, born and raised in Guatemala, is currently a ceramic student at Lone Star College Montgomery, located near Houston, Texas, under the instruction of Professor Charles Wood. Silvia had the opportunity to explore various museums in Europe, finally settling down to live in Paris, France. Silvia had intentions of finally entering an art pro…
 
Nicola Moore is an Australian ceramics and mixed media artist who works out of her backyard studio in Pasadena, California. Nicola's work is a vibrant and eclectic creation of unique and functional works of art. She thrives on spontaneity, color, and the exciting evolution of experimental processes. Born in South Africa, and brought up in New Zeala…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Adam Chau about his new podcast Trade Secret. We talk about the concept for the show and play a clip from a future episode on education with Judith Schwartz and April Felipe. You can subscribe to Trade Secret on your favorite podcast app and find out more at www.brickyardnetw…
 
Alison Thyra Grubb makes iridescent ceramic jewelry and homeware in her studio in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Alison graduated from Gray’s School of Art in 2019 where she studied 3D design, specializing in ceramics. Alison's geometric ceramics are made using a combination of slip casting and 3D printing and are decorated using colour changing lustre g…
 
Brian Chen is from New Jersey and discovered ceramics in college in 2014 and has since spent most of his time trying to learn as much as he could. Brian took a few workshops before finding himself working with Simon Levin as an apprentice. Brian finished his apprenticeship at the end of 2020 and is currently a resident artist at Carbondale Clay Cen…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Stephen Earp. From his studio in NW Massachusetts Earp makes earthenware pots in the redware and Delft traditions. In our interview we talk about his interest in colonial American pottery styles, working at Old Sturbridge Village as a young potter, and how he interprets the a…
 
Brian R. Jones grew up in Syracuse, NY and is now an artist living and working in Portland, OR. He has been a resident artist at Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Newcastle, ME and The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, PA. He has earned degrees from The New York State College of Ceramics (BFA) and Southern Methodist University (MFA). He was a present…
 
George Metropoulos McCauley, a Greek/American potter, has had 30 solo shows and has been included in 400 exhibitions. He has taught and conducted workshops internationally. The recipient of 4 National Endowment for the Arts grants and the prestigious Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence for the Arts at Austin Peay State University in Clarkesville, TN, his…
 
Jolene Hewison is a ceramicist working from the beautiful Margaret River Region in Western Australia. Jolene's work is design focused, with the aim of incorporating both aesthetic and functional qualities in interesting ways. Jolene loves the idea of making work that can feel special and be of use in every day life.…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Daniel Gillberg. His career in clay has paralleled a career in paper restoration. In our interview we talk about techniques for paper restoration, what it’s like to hold a European masterwork, and how he develops both pattern-based surface design and stand-alone images for hi…
 
Melodee Joy Jackson is a Michigan-based potter who works with high-fire stoneware. Melodee sometimes etches images into her pottery, such as panoramic views of houses and city scapes. Currently Melodee is making pieces with sculpture, whether that be shallow relief grapes on a chalice or a life-size frog on top of a jar.…
 
Tania Rustage's pottery adventure started in sunny South Africa, as a hobby. Before she knew it, Tania was ‘mesmerized by mud’ and turning it into wonderful works of Decorative Art and Functional Wares, which she refers to as ‘Clay for display & Everyday use’. Tania's work has a variety of finishes, from glossy glaze to distressed and whimsical, an…
 
Jon Stein is a potter and educator from Cincinnati, Ohio. Jon found the potters wheel at fifteen and never looked back. A desire to further his understanding of atmospheric firing led Jon to Utah State University where he completed his MFA. Jon is currently the Education Director at Queen City Clay.
 
Ayshah Almosalam received her Bachelor of Art Education degree from Qassim University in Saudi Arabia and her Master of Fine Art from Fontbonne University, Montana in the United States. Ayshah went from a teacher's assistant to a lecturer at Qassim University (2012-2021) teaching drawing, painting, and ceramics for Art Education undergraduate stude…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Doug Casebeer. Throughout his long career in ceramics Doug has focused on utilitarian pottery, while also teaching and serving as a ceramic consultant for the United Nations. For 34 years he served in a variety of roles at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, C…
 
Alejandra Mangaña is part of the husband and wife duo with her husband Luis who combine contemporary design and art using their experiences as a an influence. Each piece is handmade on the potter's wheel made with food safe glazes in-house with intention to be part of their customer's daily routines for a long time.…
 
Samantha (Sam) Haster is a potter and educator, originally from Wisconsin and is now living in the Chicago area. Sam makes functional, comfortable, soda-fired pots that she hopes will inspire users to more fully engage with the conversations and interactions of everyday life.
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Renee LoPresti. From her studio in San Marcos, TX she makes vibrant pottery that is decorated with layered patterns of botanicals and scenes of domestic life. In our interview we talk about the collection of symbols she uses in her surface design, how she creates demand throu…
 
Bilyana Yankulova was born and raised in Bulgaria. Bilyana is an established pottery, graphic and visual artist with 30+ years of experience. Bilyana graduated from an Art High School specializing in ceramics; however Bilyana also received classical training in painting, drawing, and sculpture. Later on Bilyan went to obtain her MA in Ceramics from…
 
Caroline Couzens is both a designer and maker working across interiors and ceramics. Caroline's aim is always to solve problems, create balance, and achieve beauty. Every project undertaken starts with a materials based approach whether she's designing a space or indeed an object. Caroline works from her studio in north London.…
 
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