September 2016 • Table of Contents


On the Cover

When I opened my full-time studio in 1981 I envisioned, perhaps naively, that I would be able to work solo without employees for my entire career. I planned to have retail space through which I would sell everything I made. I believed customers would discover me and my work. I thought that with a liberal arts education I’d be able to run a pottery, without having had any specific academic training or experience in business. And I definitely did not believe the experts who said that making money and making a living were short-term motivators. Read More


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