TRCR 445: Dawn Candy on capturing energy in her surface design




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Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Dawn Candy. She often contrasts botanical motifs with geometric patterns to create depth and movement on the surfaces of her pottery. In our interview we talk about the concept of potential energy in nature and how to capture it through drawing, and the balance of making labor intensive work that remains affordable. To see examples of her work, visit

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