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Andy McKenzie graduation from Fontbonne College in St. Louis in 1998. He began teaching art at Suffield Academy, a small private boarding school in Connecticut. During his 16 years there, the ceramics program grew from a small craft kiln and four students to more than 30 students, 3 electric kilns and a medium-sized wood kiln. […]
Kelsey Schissel creates with specific intent and purpose, producing unique vessels that are as pleasing to look at as they are to use. She feels that working in small groupings yields time for more attention. Every piece is distinctive and different and can be adored for its uniqueness. Her forms are influenced by nature, similar […]
Megan’s studio is in Hendersonville, North Carolina. She is originally from Michigan and received my BFA in Fine Art from Michigan State University in 2002. After college, She spent 2 years in Savannah Georgia while her husband finished off his masters program at SCAD. She started selling my pottery there. They both fell in love with […]
Teresa Pietsch’s work connects both the functional and the decorative, seeking to make pots that people want to touch, hold, and use. Finding inspiration and meaning from trees and plants, her pots reflect ideas that are centered in life, growth, and experience. Teresa grew up in Washington State and graduated from Seattle Pacific University. She […]
Sylvia Coppola writes: In the mid seventies, while in college at Western Carolina University, I took my first pottery class. I continued with clay classes and enjoyed it so much that I decide to concentrate in pottery with a second concentration in jewelry. After graduating with a BFA degree, I bought a wheel and kiln […]
Cindy Douglass was born in New York, lived for a time in Michigan and California, yet was most strongly influenced by growing up on the East Coast of Florida near NASA and Disney World. Cindy currently resides in Western NC, an area rich with the skills of transforming clay into art, both functional and visual. […]