Medium: Ceramic

Cristina Cardenas

Cristina Cárdenas is a painter, printmaker, ceramist based in Arizona for more than 30 years. She has participated in national and international artist residencies . She has won several awards among others NEA/WESTAF, Regional Painting

Terry Parker / Loma Prieta Pottery

My work with clay began as a serious hobby in the mid-70s when I discovered a love of making and using functional pottery. I was taught by my mother to draw and use watercolor as

Dale Wesner

Since my youth I have been Intrigued with art and architecture. I enjoy using clay as a medium to build distinctive forms that accentuate and bring purpose to their surroundings. The appeal of positive and

Janet K. Burner

ARTIST STATEMENT Clay as Art is my goal and inspiration. The human gure, my life’s experiences, and images from nature fascinate my imagination; smooth surfaces, texture, movement, and contrasts are often incorporated. I bring my

Agave Pantry LLC

My name is Shazieh and I am a baker and potter living in Tucson, Arizona. Agave Pantry began in December of 2018, offering handcrafted baked goods, pottery, infused salt, sugar and spice blends along with

Ellen Campbell

I received an MFA in ceramics and have also worked in cast bronze as well as combined materials on paper and wood panel. My recent work is colorful and upbeat. The abstract imagery draws inspiration

Truth Pottery

Stuart Goldberg came to Tucson in 1968, where he establish his pottery studio. He is still an active Potter and teaches at Tucson City Parks. He recently went back in the arts and has been

Jesse Berlin

Jesse Berlin has been an avid sculptor from early childhood. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the SAIC and an MFA in Sculpture from SIUC where he specialized in figurative sculpture. While

Tucson Clay Co-op Studio, School & Gallery

My passion is to make pots which transcend themselves, which remind us of the smell of fresh rain, a forgotten melody, the colour of twilight. . .To make pots which become more than themselves. And

Craig Wunderlich

I have been making pottery for 40 years as a sideline to my day job as a school social worker. Since moving to Tucson, I have been able to broaden my experience. I have been