With all of the natural inspiration to be found around Laurel Begley’s Sonoma County studio, you might be surprised to hear that she’s more inspired by personal history than she is by natural history.
Heidi Fahrenbacher's kiln is in an old chicken coop. We assume the chickens left. They crossed the road because it was too hot in there!
A kindergartner recently looked up in amazement at ceramic artist Kristen Juen during an art show and asked, “Did you make all this?!”
Echoing the rippling pond just steps from his studio, Brian Kunkelman is a potter who goes with the flow to create his unique stoneware.
Our makers never fail to motivate us, encourage our creativity, and fill us with inspiration. What gets an artist going and keeps them creating is certainly worth sharing, and every great connection starts with a simple introduction. Meet Wyatt Little, the artist behind the Terracotta Shoe Planter.