The Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast featured an interview with FSU Art Instructor Marty Fielding. His ceramic vessels live at the scale of domestic pottery, but often feel monumental with their architectural volumes and angles. In the interview he talks about his love of Frank Gehry’s architecture, building up layers of underglaze to create abstract fields of color, and how music has shaped his creative practice. For more information on Marty’s visit click here. This episode was taped as part of the Red Handed Symposium at the Clay Lady Campus in Nashville, TN.
Tales of a Red Clay Rambler is a podcast focusing on ceramic art hosted and produced by Ben Carter. The podcast is currently in its 7th year with over 250 episodes published. Ben is a studio artist and is an artist in residence at the prestigious Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, MT. He has an MFA from the University of Florida and has been a visiting artist at FSU. Carter is also one of the organizers of the annual Florida Heat Surface Symposium at the Morean Arts Center in St Petersburg, FL.
The interview with Marty Fielding was recorded in May ’18 at the Red Handed Symposium in Nashville. Carter also moderated and recorded a panel discussion between the symposium presenters: Liz Zlot Summerfield, Amy Sanders, Ronan Peterson, and Fielding. This podcast can also be found on the Red Clay Rambler site.
To hear the podcast click here.