Colorado has a strong tradition of producing ceramics. During the early decades of the twentieth century, this was due in large part to the abundance of natural clay. But there's no simple explanation for why the post-World War II era was such a golden age here, and why so many of the state's studio potters and ceramic sculptors became famous. The list of clay artists from this time is long and distinguished, including such figures as Tabor Utley, Irene Musick, Edgar Johnson, Donna Marecak, Nan and Jim McKinnell, Paul Soldner, Betty Woodman, Richard DeVore, Rodger Lang and... More >>>