There is nothing better
than sitting down with a lump of raw material and making something useful,
beautiful and inspiring. I believe you are never too old to learn. You will
rarely see me use the same clay, glazes and techniques twice. I would not say I
have a particular “look” or “style” as a potter, and I do not think I ever
will. One consistency in my work is the type of pots I make. I mainly make
functional pots, meaning my pots can be used in everyday life. To me, the
ultimate feeling of satisfaction is holding well thrown, technically beautiful
pot. I am very vigilant of the art we as artists put out into the world. Once a
pot is fired, it is on our earth indefinitely. Using a material that takes up
permanent space has made me very picky about which pieces make it into the
kiln, and which ones get chucked in clay recycling.
Crozier studied Ceramics and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Art at the
University of Kentucky. While selling her work at fairs and small boutiques
Kathleen worked as a studio technician at Eastern Kentucky University and was
mentored by renowned potters Elmer Craig and Joe Molinaro. She now works in
higher education and is pursuing a Master’s degree in Human Development and Leadership.
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