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Susan Maslowski

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Mud River Pottery

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Mud River Pottery

Background Information

Employment History

Apprentice

MOUNTAIN STATE ART & CRAFT FAIR INC


Teacher

West Teays Elementary School


Affiliations

Tamarack Artisan Foundation

Juried Member


Southern Highland Craft Guild

Juried Member


West Virginia Art and Craft Guild

Juried Member


Allied Arts Association

Member


The Tri-State Arts Association Inc

Member


Craftsmen Guild Inc

Member


Education

art degree

Glenville State College


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» Add a little color to your Black Friday

Pottery by Susan Maslowski will be the ArtWalk showcase at Mission Savvy Cafe and Juice Bar.
Maslowski has been the owner of Mud River Pottery since 1975. She is a juried member of Tamarack, Southern Highland Craft Guild and the West Virginia Art and Craft Guild. Her work has been featured in local and national exhibitions.


» Downtown ArtWalk

Pottery by Susan Maslowski will be the ArtWalk showcase at Mission Savvy Cafe and Juice Bar.
Maslowski has been the owner of Mud River Pottery since 1975. She is a juried member of Tamarack, Southern Highland Craft Guild and the West Virginia Art and Craft Guild. Her work has been featured in local and national exhibitions.


http://www.sundaygazettemail.com/News/Putnam/201106050982

Susan Maslowski, who has participated as an artist-in-residency at West Teays Elementary since the 1980s, pours paint for fourth-graders Abigail Howat, Andrew Dean and Carson Diehl to decorate their latest creation.
Maslowski has been participating as an artist-in-residence, teaching pottery at West Teays, a West Virginia School of Excellence, since the 1980s. Simms said Maslowski educates students on the types of soil in the state. Maslowski has been participating as an artist-in-residence, teaching pottery at West Teays, a West Virginia School of Excellence, since the 1980s. Simms said Maslowski educates students on the types of soil in the state. After students complete a project, Maslowski transports all of the children's creations back to her pottery studio in Milton to fire them and allow the paint to become permanent color. "I always tell the kids that each year the level of sophistication among the classes improves," Maslowski said. Maslowski has several pieces of her pottery on display in the classroom for students to examine. Maslowski grew up in Chester, which was once known as the pottery center of the United States, she said. "I took pottery lessons from a designer in junior high and high school, and my family also worked making pottery," she said. Maslowski earned an art degree from Glenville State College and, following graduation, served a two-year apprenticeship in Georgia with the National Endowment for the Arts. From 1963 to 1969, during the time there was a push to preserve heritage crafts, Maslowski served as an apprentice at the Mountain State Art and Craft Fair. She has been the owner of Mud River Pottery in Milton since 1975. A juried member of Tamarack, Southern Highland Craft Guild and the West Virginia Artists and Craftsmen's Guild, her work has been featured in local and national exhibitions. Gwineth Cox, 9, said Maslowski's teaching has inspired her to make a career out of making pottery one day. "I like it because you get to make stuff by yourself," she said. Maslowski has been participating as an artist-in-residence, teaching pottery at West Teays, a West Virginia School of Excellence, since the 1980s. Simms said Maslowski educates students on the types of soil in the state.


http://www.hdonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070824/LIFE/708240403/1004

A Potter's Party will feature Susan Maslowski, from Milton, Gary Shaffer from Hinton and Huntington's own Bill Meadows demonstrating their unique style of creating mugs, bottles, bowls or plates.Maslowski, who started working in clay in 1974, has won many awards in regional and national exhibitions.She is a member of the Southern Highland Handicraft Guild, West Virginia Artist and Craftsmen Guild, Tri-State Arts Association and Allied Arts Association.A Potter's Party will feature Susan Maslowski, from Milton, Gary Shaffer from Hinton and Huntington's own Bill Meadows demonstrating their unique style of creating mugs, bottles, bowls or plates.Maslowski, who started working in clay in 1974, has won many awards in regional and national exhibitions.She is a member of the Southern Highland Handicraft Guild, West Virginia Artist and Craftsmen Guild, Tri-State Arts Association and Allied Arts Association.


http://www.huntingtonnews.net/events/070815-staff-eventspottersparty.html

A Potter's Party will feature Susan Maslowski, from Milton, Gary Shaffer from Hinton and Huntington's own Bill Meadows demonstrating their unique style of creating mugs, bottles, bowls or plates.Milton potter Susan Maslowski started working in clay in 1974.An early apprentice at the Mountain State Art & Crafts Fair, her pottery has won many awards in regional and national exhibitions.She is a member of the Southern Highland Handicraft Guild, West Virginia Artist and Craftsmen Guild, Tri-State Arts Association and Allied Arts Association.


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