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I received my degree in Design, Color and Composition with a minor in ceramics from the California Collage of Arts and Crafts in Oakland. I studied ceramics, painting, sculpture and design with such people as Edith Heath, of Heath Ware Sausalito, Antonio_Prieto, Richard_Diebenkorn, Jade Fon, Ralph Borge, Thomas Leighton, Jonathan Batchelor, George Miyasaki, Don Clausen and Bob Winston.
I hadn’t touched a potter’s wheel in nearly 60 years, but in February of 2016 I got the itch and it needed scratching. No longer having any equipment of my own, I began going to the ceramic studio at the Rohnert Park Community Center which is hosted Randy Snyder. After a 60 year absence from potting, getting back in touch with the wheel was not an easy process. Also, due to a sports injury incurred in a diving accident when I was 18, (which has proliferated with age) my left wrist is very week which greatly impedes working on the potter’s wheel. But now, after a year and a half it’s starting to come together and I feel I am now ready to begin marketing my work.
My interest in history, mythology, folk legends and nature greatly influence my work. If you are interested in a piece or want more information please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me, Geraldine Duncann on Facebook.
Saki Sets and Tea Bowls