Jack Troy is best known for his wheel-thrown, wood-fired functional stoneware, along with his poetry and essays on ceramics. He built his home and studio on a sleepy property nestled in the hills of rural Pennsylvania and has developed a creative process that is inextricably linked to this special place.
Troy welcomes us into his world during this conversation with radio producer Julie Burstein. He shares stories from his unconventional upbringing and wisdom he has gathered during his experiences as a teacher, mentor, amateur anthropologist, and maker.
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