Melissa Weiss

Asheville, NC

I make simple clay objects intended for use in one’s simple habits of eating, drinking, serving, and holding. These objects have a life to them, a raw yet tamed look not out of place in the natural world. I strive for my pots to hold balance in a place of primitive, modern, and timeless aesthetics. To me, these pots have a melancholy presence that feels light. My process intensive work is made from hand dug clay to create a rich wild clay body that is apparent in the final pot. My pots reflect myself, my own conversation with the timeless medium of clay.
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