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The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

Paul Blais

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The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

Paul Blais

66
Followers
778
Plays
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Latest Episodes

A Sculptor and Her Thoughts | Taylor Robenalt | Episode 644

Taylor Robenalt attended Southern Methodist University for her BFA in bronze casting and stone carving. Taylor then discovered her love for ceramics and decided to study at the University of South Florida to receive a post baccalaureate. Taylor received a graduate assistantship at the University of Georgia where she accomplished her MFA in ceramics in May 2011.

48 MIN1 w ago
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A Sculptor and Her Thoughts | Taylor Robenalt | Episode 644

A Potter's Creativity | Emily Armstrong | Episode 643

Emily Armstrong grew up on Long Island, New York and moved to Portland Maine in 2011. Emily graduated from the Maine College of Art in 2015 with a BFA in Ceramics. Emily currently works out of a community studio (Running With Scissors) and works full time in Portland's booming restaurant industry.

39 MIN1 w ago
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A Potter's Creativity | Emily Armstrong | Episode 643

A Gardener Makes Garden Sculptures | Dustin Gimbel | Episode 642

Dustin Gimbel is a Sculptor and a landscape designer with over 20 years in the field of horticulture. Dustin's current exhibition SCULPTURA BOTANICA at Sherman Library and Gardens combines a lifetime passion for plants and a more recent obsession with ceramics. Dustin started working with clay in January of 2016. Dustin has a home studio in Long Beach CA.

45 MIN2 w ago
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A Gardener Makes Garden Sculptures | Dustin Gimbel | Episode 642

Potting On The Road | WIlliam Duvall | Episode 641

William Duvall is a potter originally from the east coast. William moved to Seattle after college and turned his basement into a studio. Then William started bringing his work on the road!

47 MIN2 w ago
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Potting On The Road | WIlliam Duvall | Episode 641

A Color Blind Art Teacher Makes Colorful Pots | Christian Bailey | Episode 640

Christian Bailey is a dirty hairy potter in the piney woods of south Mississippi, with a BFA in Sculpture and MaED from the University of Southern Mississippi. Christian shows high school students the wonders of art. Christian's work is a smorgasbord of layers, functional, sculptural, color, imagery, and process.

51 MIN3 w ago
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A Color Blind Art Teacher Makes Colorful Pots | Christian Bailey | Episode 640

The Story of the Bathroom Studio | Sarah Hussaini | Episode 639

Not Work Related is the ceramics brand of Sarah Hussaini. Trained as an architect, Sarah wanted to create pieces that represented a departure from the stoic nature of the architecture office. She built NWR to be explorative, flexible and playful, with the idea that the objects in your life should incite happiness and maybe even a smile.

53 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Story of the Bathroom Studio | Sarah Hussaini | Episode 639

Living in a New Culture | Carragh Amos | Episode 638

Carragh Amos is from Auckland, New Zealand. Carragh holds a BFA Hons from Elam School of Fine Arts. Her practice moves between fine art and functional craft, with pieces influenced by historical pottery of the wider Asian region. Current work celebrates process, labour, and action through hand-built ceramics.

57 MINJUN 11
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Living in a New Culture | Carragh Amos | Episode 638

A Print Maker Making Pots | Jenny Pope | Episode 637

Jenny Pope enjoys the company of animals in life and in artwork. Invasive, endangered, and mythic animals uncurl from Jenny's imagination in the form of woodcut prints. Jenny's ceramics are all handbuilt, handpainted, and carved. It was natural for Jenny to go from carving wood to carving clay. And, it's much softer. Jenny has always had an entrepreneurial spirit and loves having a woman-owned business. Jenny feels lucky to be able to share her work and ideas with you.

52 MINJUN 9
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A Print Maker Making Pots | Jenny Pope | Episode 637

A New Podcast! | Leah & Channing Smithson | Episode 636

Visual Artist Leah Smithson and Specials Procedures Technologist, Channing Smithson, partnered together to found the creative collaborative CLSS Studio. Leah and Channing strongly believe that purposeful art and design improves our lives. Leveraging both Leah's many years in the arts field and Channing's medical experience, they use their distinctive perspectives, through fine art & ceramics..

56 MINJUN 4
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A New Podcast! | Leah & Channing Smithson | Episode 636

Art & Traditions | Tyler Lansing | Episode 635

Tyler Lansing am an artist. Tyler's journey is not to conquer the mountain and reach the summit. That aspiration is a tremendous amount of effort for an evanescent sensation of accomplishment. Tyler finds his inspiration in every step of the journey. Embracing his connection with the earth as a Diné. Tyler is the remnant of an enduring and resilient people. His journey is to share his story and creations with you.

47 MINJUN 2
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Art & Traditions | Tyler Lansing | Episode 635

Latest Episodes

A Sculptor and Her Thoughts | Taylor Robenalt | Episode 644

Taylor Robenalt attended Southern Methodist University for her BFA in bronze casting and stone carving. Taylor then discovered her love for ceramics and decided to study at the University of South Florida to receive a post baccalaureate. Taylor received a graduate assistantship at the University of Georgia where she accomplished her MFA in ceramics in May 2011.

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A Sculptor and Her Thoughts | Taylor Robenalt | Episode 644

A Potter's Creativity | Emily Armstrong | Episode 643

Emily Armstrong grew up on Long Island, New York and moved to Portland Maine in 2011. Emily graduated from the Maine College of Art in 2015 with a BFA in Ceramics. Emily currently works out of a community studio (Running With Scissors) and works full time in Portland's booming restaurant industry.

39 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A Potter's Creativity | Emily Armstrong | Episode 643

A Gardener Makes Garden Sculptures | Dustin Gimbel | Episode 642

Dustin Gimbel is a Sculptor and a landscape designer with over 20 years in the field of horticulture. Dustin's current exhibition SCULPTURA BOTANICA at Sherman Library and Gardens combines a lifetime passion for plants and a more recent obsession with ceramics. Dustin started working with clay in January of 2016. Dustin has a home studio in Long Beach CA.

45 MIN2 w ago
Comments
A Gardener Makes Garden Sculptures | Dustin Gimbel | Episode 642

Potting On The Road | WIlliam Duvall | Episode 641

William Duvall is a potter originally from the east coast. William moved to Seattle after college and turned his basement into a studio. Then William started bringing his work on the road!

47 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Potting On The Road | WIlliam Duvall | Episode 641

A Color Blind Art Teacher Makes Colorful Pots | Christian Bailey | Episode 640

Christian Bailey is a dirty hairy potter in the piney woods of south Mississippi, with a BFA in Sculpture and MaED from the University of Southern Mississippi. Christian shows high school students the wonders of art. Christian's work is a smorgasbord of layers, functional, sculptural, color, imagery, and process.

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
A Color Blind Art Teacher Makes Colorful Pots | Christian Bailey | Episode 640

The Story of the Bathroom Studio | Sarah Hussaini | Episode 639

Not Work Related is the ceramics brand of Sarah Hussaini. Trained as an architect, Sarah wanted to create pieces that represented a departure from the stoic nature of the architecture office. She built NWR to be explorative, flexible and playful, with the idea that the objects in your life should incite happiness and maybe even a smile.

53 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Story of the Bathroom Studio | Sarah Hussaini | Episode 639

Living in a New Culture | Carragh Amos | Episode 638

Carragh Amos is from Auckland, New Zealand. Carragh holds a BFA Hons from Elam School of Fine Arts. Her practice moves between fine art and functional craft, with pieces influenced by historical pottery of the wider Asian region. Current work celebrates process, labour, and action through hand-built ceramics.

57 MINJUN 11
Comments
Living in a New Culture | Carragh Amos | Episode 638

A Print Maker Making Pots | Jenny Pope | Episode 637

Jenny Pope enjoys the company of animals in life and in artwork. Invasive, endangered, and mythic animals uncurl from Jenny's imagination in the form of woodcut prints. Jenny's ceramics are all handbuilt, handpainted, and carved. It was natural for Jenny to go from carving wood to carving clay. And, it's much softer. Jenny has always had an entrepreneurial spirit and loves having a woman-owned business. Jenny feels lucky to be able to share her work and ideas with you.

52 MINJUN 9
Comments
A Print Maker Making Pots | Jenny Pope | Episode 637

A New Podcast! | Leah & Channing Smithson | Episode 636

Visual Artist Leah Smithson and Specials Procedures Technologist, Channing Smithson, partnered together to found the creative collaborative CLSS Studio. Leah and Channing strongly believe that purposeful art and design improves our lives. Leveraging both Leah's many years in the arts field and Channing's medical experience, they use their distinctive perspectives, through fine art & ceramics..

56 MINJUN 4
Comments
A New Podcast! | Leah & Channing Smithson | Episode 636

Art & Traditions | Tyler Lansing | Episode 635

Tyler Lansing am an artist. Tyler's journey is not to conquer the mountain and reach the summit. That aspiration is a tremendous amount of effort for an evanescent sensation of accomplishment. Tyler finds his inspiration in every step of the journey. Embracing his connection with the earth as a Diné. Tyler is the remnant of an enduring and resilient people. His journey is to share his story and creations with you.

47 MINJUN 2
Comments
Art & Traditions | Tyler Lansing | Episode 635
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