In this episode I talk with Asheville artist-potter, Lindsay Rogers.
We talk about moving to Asheville, NC, life after graduate school, and her work at Haywood Community College.
For you inside pottery listeners we talk about working alone vs in a group situation,
commuting and the transition from home to studio. We discuss a video by the Portland Growler Company and Commercial/Industrial appropriation of the small scale/handmade
which led to mention of David Pye’s discussion of the
workmanship of risk vs workmanship of certainty.
More studio insider talk about how much to make, and producing numbers and Lindsay’s time working for Natchez, Mississippi potter
Do deadlines kill spontaneity or do they give us structure in our workflow?
I mention my sketching of pattern idea on paper plates and the intrinsic values of materials and creativity
Lindsay describes the evolution of her current designs
and the Bull and Beggar event
(Wanna go to the bull and beggar restaurant in Asheville, NC?)
You can find out more about Lindsay Rogers and her ceramics at
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