Peter Jadoonath Pottery
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Events

This is a listings of events where I will be selling and exhibiting new pots and ideas.

March 27-30, 2018

NCECA

Minneapolis, St. Paul

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March 27-30, 2018

NCECA

International ceramics conference. 

Minneapolis, St. Paul

May 10,11,12, 2019

St. Croix Valley Pottery Tour 2019

St. Croix Valley, Minnesota

May 10,11,12, 2019

St. Croix Valley Pottery Tour 2019

St. Croix Valley, Minnesota

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About the pots.

Clay and Kiln.

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Clay Body:

150 pounds Hawthorne FireClay

100 pounds Ball Clay

50 pounds Kentucky Stone 

50 pounds Custer Feldspar

50 pounds Grog

25 pounds Kyanite


Kiln:

Mid-Range Salt Fire.

Backstory

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I grew up St. Paul Minnesota, always drawing and doodling in the margins and centers of paper. Mov. I started making pots at Bemidji State University in 1996. I was lucky to be a student there during  a golden age  of art education. Great faculty  and energetic classmates. Before I wandered into the clay studio I was pursuing a degree/career in animation. I wanted to make movies. Well that never happened, I took a detour thru the clay shop. And now I'm still trying to make movies I suppose, only with clay. I think a lot of people have similar experiences with discovering clay. You kind of just stumnle upon it. After leaving Bemidji in 1998 I spent the next  16 years in the Twin Cities making pots in various studios, and forging relationships  within the local clay community. Currently my family live north of Minneapolis /St. Paul about 45 miles, in Shafer, MInnesota.

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Peter Jadoonath Pottery