Lisa Stinson on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast

This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with ceramic artist and educator Lisa Stinson. I had the great pleasure of studying under Lisa at Appalachian State University. In the interview we talk about her teaching philosophy, why its so hard to make a good pot, and the creative tension that comes from collaboration. You can see more of Lisa's work at the Appalachian State University faculty gallery.

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I visited Lisa last fall during a trip to NC. Her beautiful studio and home are nestled into a hill side in Valle Crucis, NC. It was my first time viewing the collaborative work that she does with her husband glass artist Ken Carder. The surfaces of the sculptural wall pieces were a treat to see in person. They have the same gestural confidence that I love about her pots. 

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