With the Paradise City Arts Festival in Marlborough, MA coming up the weekend before Thanksgiving, the Festival’s Founding Director Linda Post offers up an Art Buzz newsletter article profiling me and my work. Ceramic tile artist Rick Epstein is also featured.
I met Ken at the Connecticut Horticultural Society’s Biennial Symposium in early February, 2016, where he was a featured speaker. The podcast was recorded on February 12. Ken described my work as “an exclamation point in the garden”. He was an easy and skillful interviewer, and for 25 minutes we talked about wabi sabi, burned pots, stoneware versus terra cotta, Guy Wolff Pottery, coolie hats for pots, how I make big pots, shrinkage, placing pots in gardens, destinations and sanctuaries, the color of vessels, and seasons of the garden.
From Ken’s website: Ken has been called a “gardening superstar.” With sixteen books to his credit, frequent television appearances, regular articles for leading national newspapers and magazines, and now with his Podcast, he is one of the nation’s leading voices of natural gardening. His groundbreaking book, “The Natural Garden,” initiated a design movement that continues to grow in popularity today.
Another film by Robert Fritz, this one 14 minutes. Robert also composed and performed the music. A remarkable guy.
My friend Bill Forchion made this 5-minute film in 2013. Bill is a circus performer, actor, filmmaker, and lives here in Brattleboro.
I don’t “tweet” or do any other kind of social media, but I’m on Facebook. A variety of casual photos from around the studio get posted there, including the newest vessels, hot out of the kiln. “Like” my page to stay in touch.