Oct 30, 2021
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Greg Payce. He often creates images that reference the human figure by shaping the negative space between his ceramic vessels. In our interview we talk about the remediation of objects into images, techniques for throwing large precise vessels, and how lighting can accentuate the illusions in his work. For more information follow Greg on IG at @gregpayce.
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This episode is also sponsored by the Pocosin Arts School of Fine Craft. Pocosin is a full-service art center in Columbia, NC offering interactive online workshops and a five month spring residency where you can focus on your creative practice. To learn more about these opportunities visit www.pocosinarts.org