Today, on Clay in Color, we chat with Roxanne Jackson. She creates fantastical sculptures that combine beauty and horror. In our interview, she talks about finding beauty in unexpected places, her fascination with sci-fi and horror imagery as a way of reconnecting with nature, and her background as a river guide. We also discuss her fruitful time alone in her new home during the COVID-19 pandemic, seeing ceramics as minerals and drawing from global mythology and lore. Furthermore, she talks about her engagement with taboo imagery, specifically guts, as a symbol of connectivity and of digesting trauma.


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