337: Mike Cinelli on using color triads from comic books to create visual punch

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Mike Cinelli. He blends the aesthetics of sci-fi with Greek myths to create pottery with rich aged surfaces. In our interview we talk about parenting in the time of COVID, developing design rules to give creativity structure, and using color triads from comic books to create visual punch on the surface of pots. To see examples of Mike’s work, check out his upcoming show at www.companiongallery.com.     On today’s Amaco Community Corkboard we have Clay Week Open Studio, an international outreach event that celebrates clay, community, and creativity. Join us on the weekend of October 9-11, 2020 for a celebration of clay around the world! To keep this year’s open studio safe for all participants we encourage you to move your events to an online format. Virtual demonstrations, lectures, and online sales are just a few ways you can engage your community through Clay Week Open Studios. To sign up today visit www.clayweek.org/openstudio.   Michiana Pottery tour is a proud sponsor of the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler podcast. Join 26 potters from around the country for the 9th-annual Michiana Pottery Tour, happening virtually beginning on September 26th. You'll find a list of participating potters, links to their webstores, and more information at www.michianapotterytour.com or on our Instagram page: @michianapotterytour  

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