Why Carve the Clay | Kyle Guymon | Episode 351

Kyle Guymon | Episode 351

Kyle Guymon is a potter from Bountiful Utah, and he┬ácarves and alters every form to┬ámake either by relief or line carvings or distorting the form from the inside out. Imagery comes from elephants, birds, bison and from nature that use the Fibonacci sequence (succulent plants and nautili’s shells)

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Quick Convention Conversations | NCECA 2017 | Episode 304

NCECA 2017 | Episode 304

The star of today’s episode is NCECA! Portland, OR was the host this year for the annual conference. Thousands of clay people invaded the city from all over the world. I personally met people that traveled from Norway, Australia, Canada, and Brazil. And of course, lots of people from the US.

I walked around the conference and related areas and had conversations with lots of different people. The show notes for that follow will have pictures of the people’s work that I talked to, and links to their Instagram pages. They will be displayed in the order in which they appear in the episode. I think there is only one person that didn’t have any point of contact for me to track down.

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