Meet Jason Bige Burnett, as we begin to follow his journeys thru the world of pottery and artisanship.
We recently tracked him down in North Carolina where he was preparing for two workshops for two weeks!
First, Jason headed over to the ever FABULOUS Cristina Cordova (@cristinacordovastudio) for a week focusing on the Printed Figure and then spent time over at Pocosin Arts (@pocosinarts) for several days. Many thanks to AMACO for their continued support! #howiamaco #printedpots #printedclay #graphicpots #graphicclay #ontheroadagain
Follow Jason’s journeys on Facebook as he heads back “From the western part of a North Carolina to the east coast I gotta say it’s been a beautiful trip filled with great students who have such creative energy! I’m here at Pocosin Arts Center (@pocosinarts) and what a remarkable place! The facilities are stellar and loving the current resident artists! If your looking for a great place for your next art and craft make-cation put Pocosin on your list.”
We can’t wait to sit down with you and talk about your upcoming adventures!
Who is Jason Bige Burnett?
Jason Bige Burnett graduated from Western Kentucky University with a BFA in ceramics and BA’s in both printmaking and graphic design. Burnett continued his education and studies as a core fellowship student at Penland School of Crafts (NC), and as an Artist-In-Residence at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (TN). Since then he has exhibited nationally, been featured in Ceramics Monthly, American Craft Magazine, and regional magazines Carolina Home + Garden and WNC Magazine. Jason’s work is featured in 500 Prints on Clay (Lark Books) and he’s the author of Graphic Clay: Ceramic Surfaces and Printed Image Transfer Techniques (Lark Books, 2015). Burnett currently lives and works from his home studio in Louisville, Kentucky.