“Even after decades of potting I find it a giddy pleasure. Magic can happen, pieces come out not quite like planned, often with wonderful quirks and sometimes with misshapen disappointments. I am sure that the joys and frustrations I find in working with clay have been felt by humans throughout history, which makes me feel lucky to have such a rich and timeless livelihood.”
Kate’s pottery is simple with elegant lines. I like the simplicity of her creations and she always adds a drawing to give it a personality. With Kate’s pottery I really like the combination of simplicity and creativity because they appear to be delicate and yet solid at the same time. She has also recently begun a series of whimsical clay sculptures depicting delightful little characters. Be sure to visit Kate on your studio visit!
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