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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast

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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast
Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast

Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast

Ben Carter

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Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features interviews with culture makers from around the world. For more information please visit our website www.talesofaredclayrambler.com.

Latest Episodes

Joanna Powell on her recent show “Lay me in a hot bed and try not to drown”

Today on theTales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastI have an interview with Joanna Powell. Her work spans many genres including ceramic sculpture, painting, and photography. In our interview we talk about her visual editing process, women’s beautification rituals, and the themes within her recent exhibition, “Lay me in a hot bed and try not to drown.”

57 MIN4 days ago
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Joanna Powell on her recent show “Lay me in a hot bed and try not to drown”

Nick Danielson on using CAD to design templates for hand-built pots

Today on theTales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastI have an interview with Nick Danielson. After an early interest in conceptual sculpture, Nick has been solely focused on making functional pottery for the last eight years. His work is an aesthetic blend of Korean Buncheong ware, color from contemporary graphic design, and the angular nature of computer aided drafting, which he uses to design the work. In our interview we talk about studying in Korea and how CAD has helped free up his creativity.

61 MIN1 weeks ago
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Nick Danielson on using CAD to design templates for hand-built pots

Chip Clawson on casting architectural-scale concrete sculptures

Today on theTales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastI have an interview with Chip Clawson. In recent years he has been focused on making sculptural forms that are cast from concrete and adorned with ceramic embellishments. In our interview we talk about planning large-scale sculptural works, the influence of Edward James’ “Las Pozas,” and Clawson’s time creating public art with inmates in Montana state prisons.

70 MIN2 weeks ago
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Chip Clawson on casting architectural-scale concrete sculptures

Latest Episodes

Joanna Powell on her recent show “Lay me in a hot bed and try not to drown”

Today on theTales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastI have an interview with Joanna Powell. Her work spans many genres including ceramic sculpture, painting, and photography. In our interview we talk about her visual editing process, women’s beautification rituals, and the themes within her recent exhibition, “Lay me in a hot bed and try not to drown.”

57 MIN4 days ago
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Joanna Powell on her recent show “Lay me in a hot bed and try not to drown”

Nick Danielson on using CAD to design templates for hand-built pots

Today on theTales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastI have an interview with Nick Danielson. After an early interest in conceptual sculpture, Nick has been solely focused on making functional pottery for the last eight years. His work is an aesthetic blend of Korean Buncheong ware, color from contemporary graphic design, and the angular nature of computer aided drafting, which he uses to design the work. In our interview we talk about studying in Korea and how CAD has helped free up his creativity.

61 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Nick Danielson on using CAD to design templates for hand-built pots

Chip Clawson on casting architectural-scale concrete sculptures

Today on theTales of a Red Clay Rambler PodcastI have an interview with Chip Clawson. In recent years he has been focused on making sculptural forms that are cast from concrete and adorned with ceramic embellishments. In our interview we talk about planning large-scale sculptural works, the influence of Edward James’ “Las Pozas,” and Clawson’s time creating public art with inmates in Montana state prisons.

70 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Chip Clawson on casting architectural-scale concrete sculptures

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