Published Jul 31, 2018
Changing your forms, textures, or glazes can be a scary endeavor–especially when your income is directly tied to the pots you sell. But, in order to grow your work, sometimes it is necessary to take that leap of faith and push your work into a new direction.
In tonight’s Artist Q&A, full-time studio potter Bryan Hopkins discusses some of the rewards and challenges of being a studio artist. –Jennifer Poellot Harnetty, editor
This clip was excerpted from Conversations with the Objective Clay Artist Collective, which is available for streaming on CLAYflicks.
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