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www.caroleepp.com. To view her blog please visit www.musingaboutmud.blogspot.com.
www.billgriffithclay.com. For more information on Arrowmont please visit their website www.arrowmont.org.
Her Alter Ego Universe. For more information on Johansson please visit www.christin.dk.
Museum of International Ceramic Art-Grimmerhus and the Danish ceramic residency Guldagergaard, both of which she had an instrumental role in starting. For more images of her work please visit www.ninahole.com.
To see more of Wells' work you can visit his profile on Access Ceramics or Art Axis.
This episode features an interview with American ceramic artist Shawn O'Connor. Specializing in wood firing O'Connor uses flame and ash patterns to produce rich surfaces that emulate river rocks and rusted steel. He has a MFA from Syracuse University and has been a resident at the Watershed Center for Ceramic Art and the Arrowmont School for Craft. In the interview we talk about the influence of family dinning on the desire to make functional ceramics, accessibility in contemporary art, and developing a unique wood fire aesthetic. To see more of O'Connor's work you can visit his website by clicking here. You can also find more about his work through the galleries that carry his work Akar Design, Red Lodge Clay Center, and The Clay Studio.