Kelley Wilks' Profile
---- I've had a camera in my hands or been working in clay off and on for most of my life. It wasn't until I took a pottery class in 1990 to reduce the stress of a horrific job situation that I found porcelain and was hooked on clay as my primary medium.
---- My maternal grandmother had a slip-casting hobby and I would take her scraps and make things. My love of clay grew from those early creations which I recently got a gift of one back from my other grandmother. It made me smile. I studied clay at Univ of Dallas in the mid 90's under Dan Hammett and enjoyed working on NCECA when it came to Ft Worth in 98. In 2002 I returned to my hometown in the Ozarks and opened my studio here. I've since moved it from town to the country in a valley east of Fayetteville.
---- I've traveled over the world, studied with many masters and thoroughly enjoy the medium of clay (working with it & living with it), and I hope…
- Joined December 15, 2009