Menu
Log in
Third Coast Clay

8519 N. Main St. 77022


Lotus Bermudez

Artist statement :

Lotus, a native Texas ceramist, has 25 years of working in clay. She is enthusiastic about sharing the passions of clay through her bodies of work and teaching. She holds a MFA, taught ceramics at University of Houston, along with multiple community colleges, and currently teaches pottery classes at her business Third Coast Clay. Lotus was the Co-chair for Empty Bowls Houston, served as an Artist in Residence at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, and teaches workshops. Lotus’ future goals are to push the awareness, growth, and appreciation for clay in the Houston area through connecting with other artists and education of the history, craft, and concepts of clay.

Contact information:

Website: https://claymatter.com

Email artist



Angela  Corson

Artist statement:

My artistic desire comes from the fact that there are some things that it’s not possible to put into words. Language is a useful tool, but it also has a lot of limitations – art is what, for me, fills this void. Some people have a gift for communicating through the spoken and written word, but I’ve always felt more at home expressing myself through what I can create with my hands. I can say something in clay that I can’t express on a canvas, and I can evoke a mood with charcoal that would lose its simplicity if rendered in oil.

Contact information:

   Website:   https://angelacorson.com

   Email artist





Holly Glatzel

Contact information:

   Web site:  https://hollytreepottery.com

   Email artist



Jessica Gutierrez

Artist statement:

Jessica Gutierrez is a ceramics artist based in Galveston, Texas. She creates functional ceramics in her home studio and as a Studio Assistant for Box Sparrow Studio in Houston, Texas. Inspired by clean lines, balanced abstract designs and modern silhouettes, she creates with intention while still allowing each piece to develop its own variation and story. Jessica believes in integrating every skill and hobby she has developed into her work as a ceramicist. In true form, you will find functional wheel-thrown and handbuilt pieces as well as those adorned with skillfully handlettered messages or filled with handpoured wood wick candles.

  Contact information:
   Website:  https://jessicagutierrezstudios.com

   Email artist





Lee Hudman

Artist statement :

I am a fifth-generation Houston native, and I live in a 1930’s bungalow in East Montrose with my six rescue chihuahuas (please don’t judge me!). My mother has lived with me since late 2019. I received a five-week beginners pottery class at Foelber’s Studio as a Christmas gift in 2014. I started the classes in January of 2015, and I was hooked! I love exploring different styles and techniques, but I tend to prefer hand building, bright colors and detailed work.

Contact information: 

   Web site

   Email artist

 




Stacy Kuropata

Artist statement:

Stacy Kuropata, a born and raised Houstonian, finds inspiration in nature, geologic forms, science fiction, mythology, and fantasy. Her pottery takes these themes and combines them with the everyday kitschy objects she grew up seeing in her grandparents’ homes, incorporating imagery and motifs that inspire the best memories in her heart. Stacy teaches ceramic sculpture and pottery at Third Coast Clay and Houston Baptist University.

Contact information:

   Website:  https://www.facebook.com/kuropottery

   Email artist



Allyn Martinez
Contact information:

   Email artist



Kiersten  Rucker

Contact information:

  Web Site: https://www.bellagraffito.com

  Email artist

Melissa  Symmonds

Artist statement:

My pieces are of animals - designed to speak to viewers and bring a smile to their faces.  I have always loved animals; they have such individual personalities.  Growing up we frequently had more animals in the house than people, and we were a family of 6!  I have created a variety of different animals and enjoy researching each different type and its habits and characteristics.

No matter what kind of animal I am creating, I always try to pick one whose personality shows and will be visible to the viewer.  Since each is an individual to me, they all have names. 

Contact information:

  Web Site:  https://www.artisticcreationsbyme.com

  Email artist

clayhouston

Address:
PO Box 667401
Houston, TX 77266

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software