Cirrelda Snider-Bryan's Profile
Clay and illustration = tiles that bring pictures honoring the wild in our lives, to accent sites both inside and out.
I started learning about clay as a youngster in Tulsa at Philbrook Art Center. In mid and high school and at the University of New Mexico, exploration continued. Bags of clay and tools were moved whenever I moved.
When we settled down in Alameda in 1985, I built an 8x12 foot shed open to the backyard, inspired by "Pot Hollow," the place for clay at Ghost Ranch. Years later I would have my nephew create a sign for it, "Pot Hollow South" when I began to teach clay classes there in earnest: "cirrelda's clases de clay."
I have drawn into clay, incorporated texture, utilized combinations of Duncan, Mayco, Amaco, Laguna, Coyote glazes. Inspired by Giorgini's "Handmade Tiles" book in the late 90's, I…
- Born on June 11
- Joined October 26, 2009