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Bobbi Kemna Pottery

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Bobbi Kemna Pottery

1 Sale On Etsy since 2012

Announcement   About 80 miles south of Kansas City, in Fort Scott, Kansas, you will probably find me playing in the mud in my 1860’s stone house. The Pot Pantry, as I call my studio, houses my workshop and store.
I prefer to hand build but also throw on a wheel. My sculptures are one of a kind. I love unique textures. Nothing is safe, from sticks and stones found in our pasture, old discarded metal objects, kitchen tools, or anything with a texture that intrigues me. When I sit down to work I let the clay speak to me. If I try to plan or sketch something it just never turns out that way.
While making a piece to donate to Relay for Life auction, I had the vase formed and cut some strips of clay and just let them drop on the piece and they formed the breast cancer ribbon. I dropped three more strips and they all formed the ribbon. I was just blown away! I am just the vessel to bring the beauty and hope to life in clay.
I have been recognized many times over the past ten years, most recently in the “She” and “Southeast Kansas Living” magazines. One of my most prestigious accomplishments was being asked to the Governor’s Choice Award banquet in Topeka for winning the “Art is Ageless” competition.
All glazes are lead free

Announcement

About 80 miles south of Kansas City, in Fort Scott, Kansas, you will probably find me playing in the mud in my 1860’s stone house. The Pot Pantry, as I call my studio, houses my workshop and store.
I prefer to hand build but also throw on a wheel. My sculptures are one of a kind. I love unique textures. Nothing is safe, from sticks and stones found in our pasture, old discarded metal objects, kitchen tools, or anything with a texture that intrigues me. When I sit down to work I let the clay speak to me. If I try to plan or sketch something it just never turns out that way.
While making a piece to donate to Relay for Life auction, I had the vase formed and cut some strips of clay and just let them drop on the piece and they formed the breast cancer ribbon. I dropped three more strips and they all formed the ribbon. I was just blown away! I am just the vessel to bring the beauty and hope to life in clay.
I have been recognized many times over the past ten years, most recently in the “She” and “Southeast Kansas Living” magazines. One of my most prestigious accomplishments was being asked to the Governor’s Choice Award banquet in Topeka for winning the “Art is Ageless” competition.
All glazes are lead free

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