November 10, 2010 at 12:43 pm Leave a comment

Chase and I "reunited" in American Folklore Theatre's Life on the Mississippi

Yes, it has been awhile since I last posted. It’s amazing  how Door County summers can slip through your fingers. But what an inspiring summer – working during the day in the studio and filling my nights at American Folklore Theatre – what a gift.  I spent the better part of the summer as Henry Clemens in AFT’s new musical Life on the Mississippi. What a beautiful outdoor theater – and I got to sing again! Something that I have taken a hiatus from for quite awhile. So, although my days were long, I found the theater work to inspire my clay work. I hadn’t realized how closely the way I approach clay is influenced by my theater training.  The improvisational nature of theater is directly related to how I approach working with porcelain. It is a constantly changing dialogue I am having with each piece – breathing with each moment. A true collaboration.

Look for more frequent posts this winter and by popular demand an online store added to!


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Inside Plum Bottom keeps you current with the latest images, news and Door County events at Plum Bottom Pottery, a Chad Luberger working studio gallery in Door County, Wisconsin. Featuring images and insight into Luberger’s porcelain pottery and sculpture.


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