56815 CR 19, Bristol, IN 46507
This stop has been called “the heart of the Pottery Tour” due to it’s central location and easy access. We look forward to offering some great opportunities this year.
- 5 artists
- Live demonstrations at various times
- DIY Challenge for all ages
- Parking at south edge of property, entrance marked by cones
- No public restroom
Host, Brandon Schwartz
Brandon is a full time teacher, father, and husband. He enjoys creating in any medium but exploring with clay has become a lifelong pursuit. Using a combination of texture, glazes, and decals he is discovering what kind of depth can be created in the surface details of a pot. This is the fourth year hosting a stop on the Tour.
Guest, Seth Green
Seth Green is an Associate Professor of Ceramics at Purdue University Fort Wayne (PFW), in Fort
Wayne, IN. He holds an MFA in Ceramics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a BA in Art from Southern Utah University. He has worked at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado and has been an artist-in- residence at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana. He is also the co-founder of the Indiana Clay Conference. Seth actively exhibits his ceramic vessels on the national and international levels. He has received numerous awards for his work and has published articles and images of his work in Ceramics Monthly Magazine, Clay Times Magazine, The Log Book, and two Lark Books publications “500 Vases” & “500 Teapots. He has also been a demonstrator, visiting artist, and workshop presenter at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, the Clay Studio of Missoula, Michigan Mud Conference, and at several universities around the country.
Guest, Kim Marcadis
Kim started her pottery journey in 2005 in Charlotte NC. She worked many years as a studio assistant at Clayworks studio while perfecting her skills with gas reduction high firing, glazing and throwing. In 2012 Kim left her full-time job as an office manager to become a full-time potter. In 2016 she moved her studio back to her hometown in North Webster, IN. She now makes mostly thrown functional ware with porcelain clay. She uses underglazes, slip trailing and incising for her most decorative pieces.
Guest, Doug McIndoe