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Entries by Heidi
A new adventure brought our family to Santa Fe, New Mexico, on January 1, 1992. The day of arrival, I drove up to the ski basin in a raging white-out snow storm. I knew I’d be back to porcelain soon. I assumed I’d find myself immersed in museum or gallery work. Santa Fe Clay asked me […]
Inspiration pops up everywhere. I am blessed to have women from both sides of my family who are extremely artistic. They are brilliant with calligraphy, marble, slate and stone carving, glass etching, dress designing, architectural model making, cooking, painting, writing and music. One of my amazing aunties, Frances Bunyard, from England, whom we all affectionately […]
People often ask: “Heidi, how did you ever become involved with clay?” I loved to play in the mud as a child and frankly still do to this day. My first pottery class came at age ten, at the University of Rochester, NY. The difference now is that my mud is porcelain. Upon graduating from […]
Most artists prefer to work in seclusion and silence. Some of my favorite moments are when folks come into the gallery and realize that in one very clean corner of my gallery is my studio. Their eyes light up when I offer for them to gently place a hand on mine while I’m raising the […]
Nearly 18 years ago I had the pleasure of having a Dutch master realist painter, Braldt Bralds take a pottery class with me. We had so much fun together that he asked to rent a small space from my large studio and loft in which to paint. Upon being offered my first one-person show in […]