I’ve Been Musing About Mud (ded)…

When I started blogging in February of this year, one of the first blogs are started visiting was Carole Epp’s Musing About Mud. I’m sure most of the ceramics community is aware of Carole’s blog because it is an invaluable repository for all opportunities clay. There are notices for calls for entry, gallery exhibitions, employment opportunities, residencies and almost anything else that might interest a ceramic artist and it’s international to boot. Well, twice Carole has decided to have a month of Artist Of The Day posts and yesterday she posted Sofia’s Dad

Thank you very much Carole, I’m very happy to be included amongst the artists that have been featured. Carole is quite accomplished in clay and maybe she will feature her own work as the last post of her Artists Of The Day posts. She actually does two distinctly different and compelling veins of work. On the one hand she makes beautiful functional ceramics like this beauty…

and in addition she has been making provocative conceptual clay sculptures for several years. Here’s one called “Never Trust Anyone Over The Age Of Thirty” (at least I think that’s the title) and some detail shots…

There are many more sculptures on her other website, caroleepp.com. I start to wonder how she gets it all done and like yours truly, she has a little one to watch over too. So, if you’ve got a hankerin’, visit Musing About Mud and you will see a new artist featured everyday for some time to come. Thanks again Carole!

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3 Responses to “I’ve Been Musing About Mud (ded)…”

  1. gary Says:

    Never heard of her, cool though! I shall have a look and congrats to you 🙂

  2. eugene Says:

    You are so very kind and yes her blog is very informative about ceramic matters on all fronts. Always a good thing to pay homage to those who deliver such a valuable service to the ceramic community. Great insight on her part to grasp at the opportunity and to continue to provide such a incredible service – Carol I salute you. Hope she visits your blog to get all this praise. Great stuff Jim on Holiday in Cape Town.

  3. Barbara Edwards Says:

    Great to see your pots in more and more places and they look beautiful as always. I haven’t checked Carole’s blog for awhile and have never seen her sculpture and now I see what I have been missing.

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