As an Artist and Anthropologist, I feel accomplished if my work has an ancient artifact feel to it. I want my pieces to tell a story, like it was just dug from the Earth after 1000 years.
Provoking emotion, positive or negative in people, and inspiring conversation through my work is my greatest reward. Clay brings community together through ritual, ceremony, and everyday life. I am honored to help carry on this ancient tradition in our modern society. Meredith studied clay and anthropology at the University of Arizona. She taught fine arts at Navajo Community College for three years and received her Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from Goddard College. Her professional career has consisted of teaching multimedia arts in both private and public settings, including the University of Vermont, and creating work out of her home studio.