Periodically we like to showcase the ceramics journalism of our pal Ben Carter over at his Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast.
Above image: William Daley in 2005.
Carter recently interviewed ceramics artist William Daley, who was just awarded the Charles Fergus Binns Medal from Alfred University. A retrospective of that can be seen here. The hot link to the podcast is here, but as always we suggest you subscribe to his show, leave a review and boost his signal a little.
This week on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Bill Daley. Throughout his seventy year career he has created large scale terra cotta works that expand the boundaries of the contemporary vessel. A noted educator, Bill spent over forty years teaching in higher education and has received numerous awards of distinction from the College Art Association, American Craft Council, the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage and many others institutions. In the interview we talk about his triumvirate of creativity, the true nature of intuition and looking forward at ninety.
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