Aug 26, 2020
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Guillermo Cuellar. In 1986 he established a pottery outside of Caracas, Venezuela, which he ran for sixteen years before deciding to relocate to Shafer, Minnesota. In our interview we talk about his time working with the World Wildlife Fund, developing a market for his ceramics in Venezuela and the United States, and the influence of Warren Mackenzie. To find out more visit www.guillermopottery.com.
This episode of Tales of a Red Clay Rambler is sponsored in part by Cousins in Clay. Cousins in Clay is a group pottery show founded on kinship, recognizing that ceramic artists worldwide are related to one another through the common bond of clay. This year’s show takes place ONLINE at www.cousinsinclay.com starting September 5th at 11 am EDT, and includes the work of Michael Kline, Bruce Gholson, Samantha Henneke, Courtney Martin, and Kyle Carpenter, as well as guests Lindsay Rogers, Michael Connelly, and Lydia Johnson. Visit www.cousinsinclay.com and follow @cousinsinclay on Instagram for more information.