Rita Vali

Rita grew up in Montreal and Wyoming, studied in Utah and Pennsylvania and is now a studio potter living in Louisville, Colorado. After working in biotechnology for ten years and being a part-time potter, she switched careers from biochemistry to ceramics and devoted attention to her ceramics practice. The majority … Continued

Bianka Groves

The mishima process is a technique that was first used in Korea from 935-1392. It involves inlaying slip, glaze or clay into a contrasting body of clay. Bianka Groves employs this technique in her work. She covers each piece in wax and then uses a razor or acupuncture needles to … Continued

Andy Shaw

Louisiana potter Andy Shaw’s porcelain tableware is pleasingly homogeneous yet – unlike traditional matched dish sets – each piece is a bit different from its mates. The artist varies the patterns of his plates, bowls and cups to create functional pieces that work for both formal dining and casual meals. … Continued