View Image Gallery Sequoia Miller(Full member)Tel: (360) 357-6171 Email: Web: www.sequoiamillerpottery.com
Making pottery is a way for me to ask questions of form, surface, domestic space, the body and utility. As a studio potter I can explore these ideas over time, with the consistent, steady output of work required by a self-supporting artist.
I work alone in my studio on a wooden treadle wheel, crafted by Doug
Gates in North Carolina. My studio is next to my house. Behind the
studio I have gas kiln where I fire nearly all of my work. I use a dark
stoneware clay, and mix up traditional glazes akin to ones developed in
Japan and China centuries ago.
My first clay classes were as a youth with Toby Rosenberg, a potter in Portland, Maine.
Collections and Grants
Teaching and Publications
"NCECA National", Clay TImes, March/April, 2003
View Image Gallery Selected Images
Contact DetailsStudio Address: Swimming Deer Pottery, 7631 Brown Road, SW Olympia, WA 98512, USA, .
Telephone: (360) 357-6171
Fax: (360) 753 7429
Last Updated: 2011-06-14
Vases & Bowls