Artist Heather Morrow’s first exposure to clay and the world of ceramics was when she was eight years old. She took a class and learned how to make pinch pots.
She did not touch clay again for many years. What she found was a deep connection with the creative process. She was taking a ball of clay and forming it into something with function. She became more grounded and centered in her entire life.
Heather loves the process from wedging the clay to unloading a glaze fired kiln. There is a true magic in it and there have been many lessons learned.