An Experimenter With Clay | Ido Ferber | Episode 788
Ido Ferber was born 1989, Jerusalem, Israel. Ido pursued his education are received his BA in Industrial Design from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design and graduated 2018. Ido is currently an MA student at the Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo Japan in the department of Ceramic Craft.
Some Inspirations From Quotes | Diana Adams | Episode 787
SampleHAUS, founded by Diana Adams, got its start by creatively up-cycling interior design waste into eclectic home decor. Diana was always surrounded by beautiful fabrics and other materials that mostly ended up getting thrown away for various reasons as discontinuation or project surpluses. Diana decided to begin collecting these excess materials and that’s when SampleHAUS was born. Today Diana's pottery has taken the spotlight, but it is funding her mission to reduce textile waste in the world.
Making Work-Life Balance Real | Brigitte Richard | Episode 786
Brigitte Richard was born and raised in Nürnberg, Germany and has been a potter for 38 years. There Brigitte completed a three year pottery apprenticeship and worked in a ceramic studio for several years. Brigitte is now a studio artist focusing on functional ceramics in San Antonio, Texas.
Mushroom Mug Maker | Haven Tunin | Episode 785
Haven Tunin is a ceramic artist located in Franklin, Indiana. Haven currently attends Franklin College where she is a ceramics major. Haven hopes to have a studio of her own once she graduates. In her work Haven focuses on capturing textures seen in nature, and she also has a line of work focusing on female anatomy.
Finding Homes For Figurative Work | Kelsey Bowen | Episode 784
Kelsey Bowan received her BFA in Ceramics from the California College of the Arts, going on to continue creating work as a Long-term artist in residence at the Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana. Kelsey is currently working as a professional artist and part-time educator in Montana.
She's Still in College | Maia Danks | Episode 783
Maia Danks is a senior at Carleton College, where she is a studio art and biology double major. Maia started Octopus Ceramics about 5 years ago when she was in high school. Maia has been exploring functional ceramics and the connection between user and artist through her work.
This show is so wonderful to share the stories and insights of other potters and it makes for one of my favorite podcasts to listen to. I feel like I learn so much from every episode!
Thanks for spreading the love!
Paul has a great way of spreading the word about all of us out here making pots and working in clay. You can tell he has a sincere affection for connecting us all together and this podcast if just another awesome way that he does that! Glad to be a part of it!
Lots of affection for this show
Very new to this pod cast as well as the world of pottery... I keep a notebook close by as I listen so I can write down so much great information… your a wonderful guiding light in this universe of dirt and form. Thank you with all of my heart