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 Experimentation | Noam Rosenberg | Episode 634 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 46:24

Noam Rosenberg is a clay & ceramics Israeli artist. Noam earned his BFA from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem with honors. Nowam owns the NORO brand - common art Inspired by nature, urban environment, & architecture. Noam's love for gardening and the flora world influences his work and his experience as a visual designer enriched his art work with attraction to aesthetics, beauty, and patterns. In his Instagram account Noam demonstrate the processes of creating his works

 A Pan-African Prof Makes Pots | Kabir Syed | Episode 633 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 47:10

Kabir Syed started his ceramics practice 23 years ago, studying with Kirk Mangus and Eva Kwong at Kent State University, following a year teaching English and living in Gwangju, S. Korea. Kabir started throwing while simultaneously training in Mental Health Counseling. Dealing with painful trauma and the darker side of the human spectrum compelled Kabir to engage in the meditative and therapeutic process of making wheel thrown functional ceramic pottery, simple forms for use on the table/in the home.

 Adapting to Changes | Maria Stone | Episode 632 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 42:44

Maria Stone is a Richmond-based artist focused on creating functional and decorative ceramic wares. Instead of throwing pottery on a wheel, Maria's work is created using rolled slabs of clay or by pinching and molding by hand. Maria adorns each piece with intricate free-hand illustrations and carvings.

 "I Can At Least Cover Rent" | Bojana Kolarevic | Episode 631 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 59:50

Bojana Kolarevic is a Montréal, Canada based ceramic artist focusing on creating simple imperfect objects for everyday use. Bojana's background was in interior design, but pottery has become the light in her life and became her obsession.

 "You Gotta Wear A Lot Of Hats" | Caleb Zouhary | Episode 630 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 59:35

Caleb Zouhary was born and raised in northwest Ohio, where he first discovered his passion for clay in high school. After receiving his BFA in Ceramics at Ohio University, Caleb pursued post baccalaureate studies at East Carolina University and worked as an artist in residence at St. Petersburg Clay Company, primarily focusing on soda-fired functional pottery. Under the instruction of Elmer Taylor, Caleb received his MFA in Ceramics from the University of North Texas in 2014.

 Selling Through Your Website | Avesha DeWolfe | Episode 629 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 52:05

As a die-hard ocean lover, clay provides a way to pay homage and respect to the source of Avesha DeWolfe's inspiration and the place that refuels her. Through form and surface treatment, Avesha's work reflects a life-long enchantment with the ocean and rocky beaches of Maine, where she grew up. In Scotland, where Avesha lives now, the enchantment continues. Avesha's work is constructed out of soft slabs of red, mid-range clay. 

 A New Book: Living with Potttery | Justine Riley | Episode 628 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:06:18

Justine Riley is an artist exploring with thread, clay, paper, poetry, and books. Justine lives in the last house on a country road with her husband and son. Justine artistic path began in Florida when Justine signed up for a ceramics class at the local community college. There Justine met Josh, fell in love with pottery, and found the clay community. A few years later Justine and Josh moved to Kentucky, where they now have home studios, chickens, a garden and a creek where their son digs for rocks.

 "It's Exhausting Not Doing It!" | Meghan McCrone | Episode 627 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 56:46

Meghan McCrone currently lives and creates in the mountainous, oceanside town of Squamish British Columbia. Muddy Marvels Pottery is a bright studio nestled into Meghan’s beautiful garden. Over the past 5 years Meghan has invited budding potters to assist her and learn the full spectrum of what it means to be a potter. She herself was an apprentice in Whistler for Vincent Massey and feels it is her turn to give back, encourage and inspire those just starting their pottery journey.

 Living in San Francisco and Piercing Pots | Morgan Loehr | Episode 626 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 38:50

Morgan Loehr is a potter based in the heart of San Francisco. Morgan loves to get lost in the details and focus on creating colanders and berry bowls. Morgan really enjoys the repetitive process that piercing requires!

 An Iranian Potter | Minoo Sayyah Sina | Episode 625 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 35:31

Minoo Sayyah Sina started pottery at an art workshop initially as a hobby which grew to be a fundamental part of Minoo's life. At first Minoo stared wheel throwing and then handmade pottery became her favorite, especially pinch, slab, and recently kurinuki. After working with various clay, Minoo passed her glazing course and then molding. Minoo loves making pottery and does it with love and passion. Minoo's work is unique, simple, and imperfect.

 How to Find Purpose for the Sty at Home Order | Melissa Weiss | Episode 624 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:11:48

Melissa Weiss is a studio potter in Asheville, NC. She has been working with clay for 15 years. She makes her living selling her one of a kind handmade functional pottery online, at shows and teaching workshops.She makes her work with various techniques mainly carving in the Kurinuki style, coil building, slab work and wheel throwing. She digs and makes her own iron rich stoneware from clay she digs on her land in the Arkansas Ozarks. She is self taught with the guidance of many other potters.

 Some Branding, Some Co-Branding, & Some Loving Others | Abbie Preston Edmonson | Episode 623 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 54:28

Abbie Preston Edmonson is an object maker and entrepreneur living and working in Houston, Texas.  As the owner and designer of Box Sparrow Studio, Abbie creates ceramic functional works. Abbie is a graduate of Valdosta State University in Georgia, receiving her BFA in Studio Art in drawing, painting, and ceramics.

 Selling Online is Better | Paul Lyon | Episode 622 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 58:22

Paul Lyon's ceramic art has always been influenced by nature and the textures found in our environment. Paul is consistently intrigued by the numerous imprints objects can leave in his clay forms. Paul's inspiration comes from rocks, wooden tools, handmade poking sticks, stamps, and his all time favorite... his daughter’s beads. Paul is continually experimenting with throwing forms on the potters wheel and then manipulating the clay.

 Old School Sales | Krista Cameron | Episode 621 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 44:19

Krista Cameron has been passionate about pottery for over 16 years and has a Diploma in Ceramics from St. Lawrence College and has been participating in regional exhibits and sales since 1998. Krista's current studio is found near Charleston Lake nestled among the rocks and pine trees, a beautiful setting which she endeavors to capture in her art. Krista has been showing in Eastern Ontario since 2000.

 Kintsugi and Hope | Makoto Fujimura | Episode 620 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:13:13

Makoto Fujimura (b. 1960, Boston) is a leading contemporary artist whose process driven, refractive “slow art” has been described by David Brooks of New York Times as “a small rebellion against the quickening of time”. Makoto is also an arts advocate, writer, and speaker who is recognized worldwide as a cultural influencer. A Presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts from 2003-2009, Makoto  is also launching the Kintugi Academy. Makoto uses Kintsugi as an metaphor mending.


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