A CONTEMPORARY POTTER MAKING TRADITIONAL POTS
I am incredibly fortunate and grateful to be able to work in this wonderful field of ceramic art.
Hear all about it in an interview with host Ben Carter on the podcast Tales of a Red Clay Rambler.
See all about it in the exhibit American Clay, Modern Potters, Traditional Pots, which I guest curated at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA.
Read all about it in “A Potter Considers the Traditional Decorative Arts,” published in the 2018 Edition of Ceramics in America, edited by Robert Hunter. Chipstone Press.
A potter’s journey into the heritage of this quintessential craft.
My pottery has been included since 2007 in the annually issued National Directory of Traditional Crafts. I was inducted into the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) Keepers of the Tradition archive in 2009. My work has been featured in several books, magazines and articles. You can also check out my web journal “This Day In Pottery History,” a collection of super short stories I’ve written while traveling along the back roads and byways of pottery history.