Jul 14, 2022
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I talk with Kat Hutter and Roger Lee. The pair share a studio making stoneware pottery that is decorated with bright geometric designs. In our interview we talk about their paths to being full time artists, splitting time between two studio locations, and the roots of their modernist aesthetic. They recently celebrated ten years of K&R ceramics with a show at Eutectic Gallery in Portland, OR. To see examples of their work, visit www.katandroger.com.
Hey Red Clay Rambler fans, this year we are celebrating ten years of the podcast! We just launched a fund drive and I need your help to support the upcoming season. If you are able please visit www.talesofaredclayrambler.com/donate to make a pledge through our PayPal portal or you can make a monthly pledge at patreon.com/redclayrambler. We have brand new 10-year anniversary merch including t-shirts, enamel pins, and a beautifully designed poster by Marc Girouard that are up for grabs when you make your pledge today. Thanks for listening and being part of the Red Clay Rambler community.
We will be taping a live episode to celebrate the 10th anniversary on Zoom July 25th at 7pm EST. I'll be joined by Carole Epp and other special guests. Register now at brickyardnetwork.org/live.
Today’s episode is brought to you by:
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