63786 County Rd 33 Goshen, IN 46528

  • 5 artists

Host, Justin Rothshank

Guest, Kyle Guymon

Guest, Yesha Panchal

Guest, Susan McHenry

Susan McHenry is a studio potter who lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan, with her husband, Mark Nepo, and their dog, Zuzu. She enjoys making functional pots for everyday use and believes pottery crafted by hand with thoughtfulness and care can elevate simple, everyday moments. Born and raised in upstate New York, Susan received her MFA in Writing and Literature from Bennington College in 1999. She teaches ceramics at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and is a regular contributor to Ceramics Monthly. Her work is represented in both national and regional galleries, including the Charlie Cummings Gallery in Gainesville, FL, and Pewabic Pottery in Detroit, MI. She is a member of Artaxis, a peer-reviewed network of international contemporary artists in ceramics and sculpture.

Guest, Horacio Casillas

Pope John Paul II said in his letter to artists “The purpose of art is nothing less than the upliftment of the human spirit.” Focusing my work through the lens of my Catholic faith has given me an appreciation for the traditions found in the Church including her influence on architecture. I use Gothic architecture and the Catholic churches from my hometown of Tepatitlan, Jalisco, Mexico as inspiration for my work. Through carving, I attempt to evoke both the corporeal and spiritual worlds. My hope is to contribute something beautiful to society, something that will impact the human heart, drawing us out of ourselves into something greater and higher, something that can fill us with a hunger for truth, goodness and beauty that transcends the mundane.