Lietzel Kilman

I’ve always found myself drawn to art, and while I’ve enjoyed many different mediums since I was a child, I’ve recently learned my true passion lies in ceramics. I am passionate about learning, pushing myself to study as many techniques as possible and found wheel throwing and carving to be my favorite. I make everything […]

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Suzi Reaves

I took my first ceramics class in 1973 at the University of Northern Colorado and I have been hooked on clay ever since.  I was raised in a military family that moved every couple of years. My biggest influence has been living in Norway during the Mid-century Modern period.  I am drawn to the simple, […]

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Jan Burke

I studied art at Iowa State University and graduated with a degree in art education. I have work experience: as a pre-k through 5th-grade art teacher, graphic artist, free-lance artist, faux painter, muralist, potter and pottery teacher. Currently, I am focused on both painting and ceramics. In my impressionist painting in acrylics, I like to […]

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