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My name is Diane Walters, I'm a potter and a teacher and have been for over 42 years. Every potter knows where their stillpoint is and I've been really analyzing the anthropomorphic aspects of being a potter, working with the living art and finding our connection to the Earth and how we fashioned that into a creative process. And out of so doing, we've become more and more ourselves. So sit back, listen and see what you think.

Anthropotter Podcast Diane Walters

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My name is Diane Walters, I'm a potter and a teacher and have been for over 42 years. Every potter knows where their stillpoint is and I've been really analyzing the anthropomorphic aspects of being a potter, working with the living art and finding our connection to the Earth and how we fashioned that into a creative process. And out of so doing, we've become more and more ourselves. So sit back, listen and see what you think.

    Anthropotter Podcast

    Anthropotter Podcast

    Every potter knows where their stillpoint is and I’ve been inspired by how the craft connects us to what is essentially human. 
    The anthropomorphic aspects of being a potter, working with a living art and finding our connection to the Earth is our birthright. Fashioning this into a creative process we become more and more ourselves. Humans have done this for centuries.
    So sit back, listen and see what you think.

    • 11 min