Cheyenne and Nigel Rudolph on archeology, pottery, and performance art

Nigel Rudolph's Whiskey servers pictured above. Cheyenne Rudolph's CenterPeas pictured below.

This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler podcast I have an interview with Nigel and Cheyenne Rudolph. Both ceramic artists have roots in functional pottery but incorporate their experience in other professions into their ceramic work. Nigel's work as an Archeologist has given him access to traditional pottery in a historical context, while Cheyenne's time in the theatre influences her use of ceramic objects in performance art. 

In the interview we talk about Florida archeology, understanding your influences as a maker, and establishing a context for objects through performance art. For more information on Nigel and Cheyenne please visit www.rudolphclaystudios.com.

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Cheyenne in the midst of a Lemonader performance at Haile Plantation in Gainesville, FL. 

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