Jul 9, 2013
on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview
with potter Matt Kelleher. He designs utilitarian ware with a keen
eye for the architecture and edge quality of his hand built forms.
He combines layers of
poured slip with the soda firing process to create rich translucent
surfaces that capture the mood and
density of the Western NC landscape he now calls
In the interview we talk about cultivating curiosity, escaping the boundaries of the artist statement, and working through the challenges a new life experience can create. For more information on Matt you can visit www.mattkelleher.com.