376: Canada Week: Julie Moon on trusting the creative process
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Julie Moon. A multi-talented maker based in Toronto, Moon makes sculptural forms approaching the human body from different perspectives. In the past she frequently sculpted the figure but now makes more amorphous forms that become canvases for geometric patterns. In our interview we talk about her time working in fashion, how to balance vibrant colors, and letting a work in process evolve over time. To see examples of her work visit www.juliemoon.com. This interview is part of Canada Week, highlighting Canadian makers in the run up to the Ceramic Congress. Canada is the host country for this international online conference, which is happening May 27th- 31st. You can register for the five-day conference for only $10 at www.ceramic.school/the-ceramics-congress. I’ll be interviewing Greg Payce and Katrina Chaytor on the main stage on Thursday May 27th at 7pm EST. I’d love to have podcast fans in attendance for this online gathering, so I hope to see you there. Hey Red Clay Rambler fans, it’s May, which means we are celebrating the 9th birthday of the podcast. To help celebrate I’m asking you to contribute $9 to support this season of the show. You can get involved by making a donation through the Pay Pal donation portal at www.talesofaredclayrambler.com/donate or you can make a monthly pledge at patreon.com/redclayrambler. If you join Patreon today you can access perks like t-shirts, water bottles, and other podcast swag, as well as having access to the Patreon exclusive Tales from the Vault podcast, which features remastered episodes that are no longer available on major podcast apps. Thanks for listening and being part of the Red Clay Rambler community! With your support I can keep this show rolling into its 10th season.