Getting Over Imposter Syndrome | Raphaela Seck | Episode 710
Raphaela Seck is a potter living in the south west of Devon in the UK. Raphaela first started pottery at an evening class and has been hooked ever since. After completing 2 apprenticeships Raphaela went on to manage a community studio and teach weekly classes. Raphaela now makes pottery full time from her home studio. Raphaela's work is calm, elegant, and tactile.
Some Things You DON'T Need to Sell Art | Dwayne Nii-Teiko Sackey | Episode 709
Dwayne Nii-Teiko Sackey's work leaves a trace of a fluid, organic process and a human set of hands. Windswept trees, cold blue bodies of water, and lichen covered granite boulders intrigue and informs Dwayne's artistic palette. Gentle curves, textured surfaces, and meandering lines speak through Dwayne's art. Atmosphere, expressive brush strokes, and simple glazes mimic the timelessness of nature.
Clay is Medicine | Nala Turner | Episode 708
Nala Turner is a Brooklyn-based ceramics artist and creative art therapist, working primarily with themes related to race-issues, cultural identity, femininity, social stereotype, and popular culture perspectives. Nala has shown her work in various gallery, workshop, and press settings. Through clay-work, Nala aims to inspire her audience to recognize such culturally restricting barriers and transubstantiate the cultural representation of Black people.
How to Get Lucky & Stay Lucky | Mairi Stone | Episode 707
Mairi Stone's work is all about trying to express her love and reverence for the beauty of the earth. The oceans are a major inspiration but the whole of nature's forms, textures, and colours influences her. Mairi uses porcelain paperclay and often fuse glass into the pieces.
Letting Clay Have Clayness | Paul Briggs | Episode 706
Paul Briggs grew up in the Hudson Valley of Newburgh, NY. Paul's first ceramics class was in high school. Paul's creative process is pinching, and slab-built vessels,\ and his work is informed by art making as a spiritual practice. Paul is an Artist-Teacher at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Less Plastic & More Fish | Vivi Araya-Gamboa | Episode 705
PEZ COCINADO is all about Vivi Araya-Gamboa's imagination, love and respect for the ocean. When Vivi was a little girl her mother let her draw on the walls of Vivi's room since that where peces y peces!!! Then on papers and when Vivi went to the university with CLAY. REMEMBER!!! MORE FISHES, LESS PLASTIC!!!!
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I think it is extraordinary the spaces that creatives build. This is a space that reaches exactly that amazement. I never would expect to sit and listen to a podcast about art, process, healing, and more FROM other clay creatives... by creatives.
Absolutely wicked ~ carlynne ceramics
WOW! It Worked!
Episode 703 ROCKED my world! I have been listening to the Potter’s Cast for years! I started back when you did live meetings with just 10-20 folks and discussed your pottery business. Then it moved to PodCasts. I just finished episode 703 earlier this week where Erin Killian suggested ways to build your Instagram following. I decided to try her suggestions! It works! I grew my following by 100 follows over night, had several messages and inquiries and several sales! Who knew?? I was selective in how I followed her instructions, but it truly worked! Thank you so much for the PodCast. It keeps me company in my studio with tons of good tips and tricks and I love hearing about all the other potters and their journeys!
Fantastic! Every Potter needs to listen!
I’ve just taken the step to be a full time potter (from art teacher) and this podcast has provided so much fantastic information on the business side of pottery! I’ve grown by leaps and bounds by listening to the Potters Cast! Thank you Paul for leading great interviews and to all the potters who have shared their stories, struggles, and tips on pottery & the pottery business!