In the Air Force & Making Pots | Amy James | Episode 666
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 working in the Air Force has also helped to fund Amy's ceramic equipment and college.
A Midwife Not a Director | Anna Moszczenska | Episode 665
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 expresses herself by creating different forms and shapes using a different clay body and applying colourful slips.
A Love Story Over Clay | Asa & Daisy Maestas | Episode 664
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 carved functional ware as well as miniature pottery. Married in 2016,
Mid Century Inspiration Because it Looks Cool | Liz Cohen | Episode 663
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 by mid-century modern design.
Developing Your Creativity | Hana Karim | Episode 662
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, and plates of her homeware line.
From School to Instagram | Amy Burnham | Episode 661
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 represented by colorful and functional explorations in agateware and the intensity of anagama woodfiring process.