380: Sarah Pike on touching clay with clarity and intent
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Sarah Pike. Her hand-built teapots, vases, and mugs have a soft angularity reminiscent of the tin objects from which she has drawn influence. In our interview we talk about redeveloping a sense of touch after a hiatus, making stamps to create repeating patterns, and building a bustling online business from her home in Fernie, BC. To see examples of her work visit www.sarahpikepottery.com.
On today’s AMACO Community Corkboard we have a GoFundMe campaign for Kent McLaughlin. After a recent diagnosis with pancreatic cancer Kent needs support with medical expenses. He and his wife Suze Lindsay have been staples of the Western North Carolina ceramic community for decades and can use any support you might have to offer. To make a donation visit www.gofundme.com/f/help-kent-and-suze-with-their-medical-care.